Your first time here?
Here are answers to some questions you might want to ask before visiting us...

What should I expect when I arrive?

As you’re walking to the building, you will meet people who are warm and welcoming. Feel free to ask one of our welcoming team members. We’re a friendly bunch, and we’d love to serve you and make your visit as comfortable as possible.

How long is the service?

Our service lasts about 1 hour and 15 minutes. We start things off by singing a few ASL songs, followed by a Bible-based, relevant message given by our Lead Pastor. After offering and announcements, we recite the Great Commission from Matthew 28:19-20. After worship, you are welcome to join us for corporate prayer time where we talk about the message and pray for one another and other churches. On the first Sunday of each month, we gather to celebrate communion as a faith family.

Visiting for the first time?

Every week we get to meet new people, just like you! We love it! Our Pastor is available immediately after worship to answer whatever questions you have about us. Feel free to pick up informational brochures and papers from our welcome desk.

What should I wear?

Come just as you are! You will find people dressing in a wide range of attires from Sunday best to casual. Wear whatever you feel the most comfortable in worship.

What do you do for kids when you gather for worship?

We believe the entire family should participate in worship as much as possible. We realize that younger children might be harder to handle during certain parts of the service. We have some paper and crayons available for kids to stay engaged during the sermon message.

I have hearing family members. Can I bring them along to worship?

Absolutely - all of our worship services are accessible to Deaf and Hearing people. We provide voice interpretation on a weekly basis for our in-person and online worship services because we believe the Gospel should be proclaimed to everyone to the best of our ability, so that Jesus Christ can come back sooner (Matthew 24:14).

Can I attend if I’m _____________?

Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: divorced, single parent, broke, recovering addict, LGBTQ, atheist, skeptic, etc. We are unapologetic about what the Bible teaches, BUT everyone is welcome at the Table. This is a place where people are welcomed, and God heals the broken. So come as you are, and we hope you will join one of our small group meetings or at worship!