What to know on your first Sunday

What do people wear?

Come as you are!  Most people are dressed in casual (jeans) or business casual (khakis, skirts) attire, while some men still prefer suits and ties and some ladies prefer dresses and nylons.



Although we have a large parking lot as well as open side streets, parking can be extremely tight, especially for those arriving for the second (9:30am) service.  We are continually addressing this need ~ Thanks for your understanding!

There are 7 handicap parking spots located close to entrance A (2 of these 7 spots are wheelchair-equipped van accessible). There are 6 handicap parking spots located near entrance B (1 of these 6 spots is wheelchair-equipped van accessible). Handicap accessible doors are available at entrance B (office entrance).


When you arrive

Whether you're a few minutes early or a few minutes late, you will be greeted by friendly people who can direct you to nurseries, restrooms, coat racks, the church office, the coffee center, and answer all your questions. Please stop by the Welcome Center (Entrance A, under the arch) for answers to your questions, a complimentary cup of coffee, and a welcome gift.


Building layout

It's true, our building can be confusing.  It was built in two stages and sometimes the halls start looking similar.  Don't worry.  We all feel that way!  Just look for a friendly face--and our friendly faces will be looking for you!

If you are coming for the 8am service, you will probably want to come in under The Arch (Entrance A).  This service is held in the sanctuary. If you are coming for the 9:30 or 11am services, you will probably want to use the doors under our large "Evangelical Free Church" sign (Entrance B/Office Entrance). These services are held in the Multi-Purpose Room.


Three Sunday morning services



Service style





Multi-Purpose Room



Multi-Purpose Room




A well-staffed nursery is available for infants-toddlers during all three of our morning services. Bible-based programming is available as follows:

  • 8am: Preschoolers (ages 2-5)
  • 9:30am: Preschoolers (ages 2-5); Grades K-6; Jr. High (7-8 grade); Sr. High (9-12 grade); Special needs teens & adults
  • 11am: Preschoolers (ages 2-5), Grades K-6