Here’s what you can expect
In the worship service
We fully embrace intergenerational worship, together, in our sanctuary. From kids through seniors, we all sing together, led by the choir, praise team, gifted instrumentalists…and a big organ too! If you have children they are welcome to worship with us, or we have a nursery for the littlest ones. We worship not only through singing, but also praying, reading God’s Word, hearing the preached Word, giving our tithes and offerings, and responding to God’s invitation through Jesus Christ to eternal life and holy living by his Holy Spirit.
We put our whole worship service online so you know exactly what to expect!
When you pull in the parking lot
We’ve got lots of parking for you. Look for the big welcome flags on Park Street, and then follow the directions from the friendly, trained parking lot team who will get you where you need to go, hold an umbrella for you if it’s raining, or get you a ride in the cart.
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For your kids or youth
FIRSTkids is about partnering with you, the parent, in discipling your kids. All of our volunteers are trained and background-checked, and you will always know the plan, the schedule, and where your kids are at all times.
We have a lot of activities to help you disciple your kids: from babies through 6th grade!
PSYM (Park Street Youth Ministry) is for youth from 7th-12th grades, and exists to reach and disciple youth in Christ. We have high-energy events, games, and teaching twice a week just for youth, and also a host of other events for your youth to bring their friends to.
For parents of special needs kids or youth
We understand. We are a Church family who believes everyone needs a gospel path, even if their life does not look like everyone else’s. In our Pathway Special Needs Community, we use the buddy system to work with children with disabilities. Each volunteer is background checked and trained prior to working with any individual with disabilities.
We would love to talk with you more about your needs, and the needs of your child or youth.