Sunday Worship

Visiting a church for the first time can be a little daunting. Where do I go? Where do my kids go? Is it safe? What will the music be like? What is the teaching like? What will people be wearing? Will it be weird? Am I wasting my time only to find out that this is just not the right fit for me? These are all valid questions to ask when looking for a new church. Here is a brief run-down of what to expect at any service at Faith Church.

Parking

Parking is plentiful, you should have no problem finding a spot nearby. There are lots on either side of the main sanctuary with accessible handicap parking.

Children’s Ministry

We are blessed with a large facility, so finding the location for your children might seem a little complicated.  There are three buildings on our campus.  One is the main sanctuary and gym, the other ones are dedicated to classrooms and our chapel.  All children’s ministries take place in building C, which is on the north end of the campus.  Once you arrive to that building, the classrooms will be color-coded depending on the age of your child.  There will also be several adults there to answer any questions you might have.  Our Director of Children Ministries is Karen Frost, please email her with any questions.

Our Worship Services

After dropping off your children, make your way to the adult worship space in the main sanctuary. There are greeters who can answer many basic questions. You will notice a pretty easy-going environment where people are dressed casually. You are welcome to wear a suit and tie, and you are welcome to wear something simple and comfortable.  There are plenty of available seats in the sanctuary, and you are welcome to sit anywhere you’d like.

We offer two different types of services.  Our service times are 8:45 am and 10:45 am.  The first is more traditional, while the second is contemporary.  While the worship style and atmosphere are a bit different, the preaching and the centrality of the gospel remain the same.

Worship Style

Our traditional service is oriented around a choir, led by Amy Thorne.  This time of worship tends to lean on hymns and other well-regarded worship songs that complement the sermon.  These songs are guided by our talented organist and accompanist, Nancy Lloyd.

Our contemporary service is led by Tina Rea, who has worked in various roles as a musician.  She leads a group of gifted musicians in a time of worship that utilizes more modern worship music.

Each of our services is rooted in the gospel, and each offers a unique picture of the beauty of the God of the universe.  As a church, we seek to worship in spirit and in truth, and our music reflects the truth of God’s Word and the diversity of His people.

Preaching

Our preaching time is focused on taking the deep truths of the Bible and explaining them in a manner that makes sense today. We spend most of the year preaching through books of the Bible, with occasional breaks for topic-based series. Expect our sermons to last roughly 35 minutes. Check out our Recent Sermons here.