What to Wear
Although we do not have a formal dress code, we encourage people to dress in a way that gives honor to God. You will see a mix of suits or dresses and more casual attire.
If you are coming on Sunday, traffic is normally not an issue. Our morning service starts at 11 AM, and people who did not attend Sunday School (It starts at 9:30 AM) normally start arriving around 10:50. Get Directions.
You can park anywhere in the church parking lot. There are no special spots for visitors, members, pastors or deacons. Find a great spot and it’s yours! Handicapped parking and entrance ramp are located on the Deer Ridge Lane side.
Feel free to come in the main entrance: it’s the one with double glass doors. People will greet you as you come in and give you our welcome packet. Our ushers will give you that week’s bulletin which has more information about the morning service, upcoming events, and other tidbits. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask any of the greeters or ushers. They are there to assist you with whatever you need.
If you have children ages four and under we provide a fully-staffed nursery with qualified workers. If you come in the main entrance, the nursery will be through the left double doors and down the next right hallway.
Our main worship service is in the auditorium. Sit anywhere you like. There are no assigned seats.
There are bathrooms and a drinking fountain located in the main entrance lobby.
Sunday Morning Service
Our Sunday morning service is a time of God-honoring traditional music and sound Biblical preaching. Pastor Dan Fox is the regular speaker. We normally begin with a welcome and church-wide announcements. We then alternate Special Music, Scripture Readings and Prayers, and an Offering Time with more hymns. The Pastor then preaches a normally expository message for about 40 minutes followed by a closing hymn. On the first Sunday of each month we also partake in Communion after the Pastor’s message. The order of service in the bulletin usually notates (During a hymn before the sermon) when all the kids age 5 through 6th grade will be dismissed to children’s church for the remainder of the service.
After the Service
People normally stick around for 15-20 minutes to talk and fellowship with each other, so don’t feel like you have to leave right away
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Hopefully that will give you a good idea of what a Sunday morning is like at Faith Bible Church, but the only way you’ll truly get the experience is if you come and visit. We can’t wait to meet you.