Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, there’s so much that a faith community can do to support and guide you. There’s no right or wrong way to connect up with us, so just do what is most comfortable. Some folks like to jump right in and start swimming. Others like to test the waters for a while. Here are a few ways to begin your exploration of seeing if our church might be the right place for you to be.
Sign up for our Weekly Reader email. Get info and updates on events and opportunities, programs and classes, groups and activities.
Ask for a tour of our facility. We are more than happy to show you around, explain how things work, share a bit about the history of our congregation, and tell you know about some of our different ministries. Our building is a vital tool that helps us do our varied ministries – from serving weekly meals to hundreds of people to being a quiet place to sit during the noon time lunch hour.
Be our guest on a Sunday morning for worship. All are welcome and you can participate as little or as much as you like. We know it can be a little strange if you haven’t been to church in a while or have come from a different background. Rest assured, the printed bulletin you will receive outlines the worship service and has lots of information to help answer any questions you might have.
Join a study group. Everything we do is open to all. Bring an open mind, your curiosity, and your questions. We’ll never ask you to check your brain at the door. Our desire is to create multiple diverse opportunities for all people to learn and grow in a variety of ways. Adult education and spiritual formation opportunities are a core ministry and we do them well.
Stop by an event. Bring your kids to our Bee Festival in the Spring or Noah’s Ark Celebration in the Fall. Stop by our annual Tag Sale or Service Auction, or come to a concert or conference. It’s a nice way to see other facets of our church’s life.
Contact our minister. Send him an email or give him a call. Seriously. He would be more than happy to meet for coffee, hear about your spiritual journey, answer any questions you might have, be a general resource, and see how our church might be of help to you on your journey.