You are always welcome to worship with us. We are currently offering in-person worship at 11am on Sunday mornings. Doors open at 10:45. We are practicing social distancing and asking everyone to wear a mask. If you are uncomfortable worshipping in-person at this time, please join us for online worship.
It's ok. We know when planning to visit a new church, there are always questions. Below are the answers to some of the more common ones. If you have any that are answered here, feel free to connect with us and we'll do our best to answer them.
Whatever you want! We have no dress code. You will find people dressed from jeans and a t-shirt (shorts in the summer!) to the full suit and tie, and everything in between. Feel free to dress in whatever makes you comfortable! Just wear something!
We do a traditional service with some more contemporary elements blended in on occassion. There is plenty of congregational singing (only if you want to!) Under normal circumstances (go away COVID) we regularly feature our choir along with other groups such as our handbells, children's BLAST group, or many of our other talented musicians and vocalists.
Our Pastor generally follows the Revised Common Lectionary which sets the rhythm of the church year. He strives to bring the word in a way that is applicable, thought-provoking, challenging, and encouraging each week.
With COVID protocols in place, unfortunately, we are not currently able to offer our traditional wide variety of children and youth activities. Fortunately, We do have a children's message during the worship service as well as a socially distanced "kid's corner" in our fellowship hall. This is a place where you can take your little ones to do activities if they need a break from the service. The worship service is available to watch there on a large flat screen TV. Additionally, we have changing facilities available but are unable to provide a staffed nursery at this time.
No. We are Cooperative Baptists. This means we partner with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia as our primary partners in engaging our state and world in missions.