What To Expect If You Worship With Us

COVID-19 Note: As we continue to do our part to live into Jesus’ love for us, we request all consider following the CDC guidelines for public health, including indoor masking for all when Salem County (or your county) is in a period of high transmission. The CDC provides a tool to facilitate this located HERE.

When: Our Sunday worship begins at 9:30am and lasts for about an hour.

Accessibility: While there are stairs to come into each entrance, we do have an elevator that provides accessibility to the entire building. We are excited about the upcoming install of a chair lift providing street side accessibility as well. If you can let us know you’re coming, we’ll meet you and guide you in.

Dress: Casual—it’s not a fashion show!

Worshippers: Multigenerational: You’ll be among people who love Jesus, from young children to people in their nineties.

Childcare: We do not currently offer regular childcare, but are eager to meet the need when asked ahead of time. There is a toddler room offered during the worship service.

Worship Style: Blended: We have a praise team and a choir. We sing the old traditional hymns and contemporary praise songs. Music styles vary so you never know what to expect.

Prayer: We believe in the power of prayer, so we take prayer requests from the congregation.

Preaching: There is a children’s sermon for the kids prior to the sermon.

Sermons are designed to challenge us to become more mature disciples of Jesus by uncovering what was going on in the biblical passage—then applying those insights to our everyday lives.

After Worship: We spend time catching up with one another over coffee and doughnuts. Then (except during the summer) classes for spiritual growth are offered for children and adults, ending at 12:00pm.

We hope you’ll take the time to worship with us soon!!!

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