Questions & Answers

Here are some answers to common questions.

The service starts at 10 a.m. It works well to arrive 5 to 10 minutes prior to that time. Expect the service to last about an hour and 10 minutes.

Yes! There’s a parking lot with plenty of spaces right in front of the church.

Our atmosphere is relaxed and casual. Some people dress up a bit, and others wear jeans and t-shirts. Wear whatever you feel comfortable in!

Yes! Children of all ages are an important part of our community of faith. We provide activity bags to engage younger children; parents can ask for them from an usher when entering the sanctuary. Preschoolers are invited to go to the kids’ room with our childcare specialist after the children’s sermon and return to the sanctuary at the end of the service.

We believe that in the Sacrament of Holy Communion we receive God’s gifts of life, forgiveness and salvation. Communion is open to all who wish to receive it, regardless of denomination, including children who have been prepared. Bread and wine (or grape juice) are offered at the altar rail. Ushers will help direct you to the right place at the right time. If you have physical challenges, please tell an usher and the pastor will bring the elements to you. Adults and children can indicate their wish to receive a blessing rather than the communion elements by crossing their arms over their chest.

Yes! We offer free transportation to Sunday services and church-related events. Maybe there’s snow on the ground or the event takes place after dark, and you don’t like to drive in those conditions. Or maybe your car is in the shop. Maybe you don’t even own a car! We’ve got you covered! Call or text 765-288-8110 and leave a message identifying yourself and the event you’d like to attend. One of our volunteer drivers will get back with you.

The building is completely accessible, with no stairs. An accessible, gender-neutral restroom is close to the sanctuary. Listening devices are available; just ask an usher for assistance.