Where is the church located?
We are a large brick church located at 404 Spruce Street, between West First Street and Chippewa Street. Our main entrance is on West First Street.
Free parking is available at the rear of the church. Additional free parking is available in two large lots across West First Street. And free street parking surrounds the church area in the residential neighborhood.
We worship in the Sanctuary, which is upstairs to the right. An elevator is available adjacent to the main entry.
There are multiple handicapped parking spots. If they are full when you arrive, pull up into the curved driveway entrance and ask a greeter to assist you. They will park your car for you if you wish.
The entrance is barrier-free and there are handicapped-accessible bathrooms on all floors. There are two wheelchairs available at the church for use as needed. Headsets are available on request for those who need help hearing. Large-print bibles are also available.
Guests are asked to stand and introduce themselves but you should do what is comfortable. We would appreciate it if you would enter your name and address in the black notepads located in the pews.
The invitation to the Lord's Supper is extended to all who have been baptized, remembering that access to the Table is not a right conferred upon the worthy, but a privilege given to the undeserving who come in faith, repentance, and love.
The message of both services are the same sermon. The earlier service follows a traditional format, the later service follows a contemporary format.
What do I do before and after worship?
A variety of beverages and food are available in the narthex during fellowship time both before and between services.
All children are welcome to stay with their family during worship. Children can choose to attend Sunday School, which is offered from mid-September to mid-May starting at 10:00 a.m. Adult Christian Education class is also offered starting at 10:00 a.m.
Our invitation to you...
We encourage you to be a part of our family - to worship regularly, to study, to celebrate and to contribute, not just to our church but to our greater community and the world. Contribute by volunteering, caring for one another, and by donating your time and talents however you can.