What to Expect
Do I have to be a Christian to come? Do I have to be a Baptist?
No, all are welcome to join us for worship.
What are services like?
Our prayer times involve periodic updates on individuals, ministries, and churches around the world that are suffering under persecution as Christians. We in the United States are blessed with religious freedoms, but we want to take time to pray for those around the world who do not have those freedoms.
What should I wear?
Most people wear "dress clothes" (suit, khakis, dress pants, skirts, etc.), but others are dressed more casually. Feel free to come as you are.
Will I be put on the spot?
We'll be glad you are visiting, so you can expect to be greeted warmly, but we won't ask you to stand up and introduce yourself. We have a guest book for you to sign, or you can fill out a visitor card and give that as your offering. If you'd like to meet a few people one-on-one, join us for Coffee Hour after the service.
How do you follow up with visitors?
If you provide us with your contact information, we can send you a copy of our church newsletter, and will be glad to follow up with any inquiries that you have. We'd also love to hear your thoughts on your experience. Feel free to connect with us via the contact form on this page.
Can someone pray with me?
Prayer partners are available after each worship service at the front of the room. You are always welcome to come and receive prayer.