We’re Glad You’re Here
Sunday Mornings can be scary
if you’re visiting a congregation
you’re not used to.
What do I wear?
Our 11:00 service is traditional without being uptight. Dress runs the gamut – Hawaiian shirts are as at home as suits and ties. Our pastor and choir usually wear robes (but sometimes it’s just too hot!).
What do you do?
We sing hymns, hear scripture read, say printed prayers together, and hear a sermon that connects the living Word to the lives we live. All ages are present, and when there are children there is a special message for them. We provide activity kits to help keep them engaged during the service and, if desired, can accompany them to a playroom where they can be more relaxed.
Music is our strength and our joy and we try to incorporate a variety of traditional hymns, gospel favorites, and newer songs of praise. Each week our Chancel Choir offers a choral anthem. We typically celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month.
Where do I park?
Free parking is available in our parking lot with entrances on Hinton Avenue and Rialto Streets. Parking for disabled persons can be found on Church Street, along with an entrance ramp.
How do I get in?
There is an entrance to our educational wing off the parking lot (up a short flight of steps).
Our sanctuary entrance is on Hinton Avenue, at the Church Street end. A sidewalk will lead you through to this door through the playground.
Our office entrance is on Church Street up a short flight of stairs, and a ramp leads to entry at the Sanctuary level.