We know it can be rather intimidating on your first visit to a new place. We’ve compiled a list of some answers to frequently asked questions that may help lower the anxiety just a bit.
Q: Where is the church located?
A: We’re located across Hwy 78 from Loganville High School at 680 Tom Brewer Road.
Q: What are the service times?
A: Our Sunday Worship Gatherings are at 9:30 and 11:00 am. Mid-week activities begin at 6:45 pm on Wednesdays.
More information about Service Times»
Q: Can I watch the service online?
A: Yes. On Tuesday of each week we post the sermon from the previous Sunday here.
Q: Is there special parking for guests?
A: Yes. Guest parking is located directly in front of the Worship Center.
Q: How long do your services last?
A: A typical Worship Gathering lasts approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.
Q: What should I wear?
A: We’re not concerned with what you wear as much as we are with the fact that you’re here. But if fashion is your passion, you’ll find folks wearing everything from jeans and a t-shirt to a few brave souls that don a three-piece suit. Rest assured, if you see our pastor in a tie, something has gone horribly wrong.
Q: What kind of music do you have in your services?
A: Our musical selections range from ancient hymns to the latest from Passion and Hillsong (and everything in between). Whatever the selection for the day, our musical worship is always grounded in Scripture and geared to prepare hearts to hear from God’s word.
Q: Where do I go to find a Sunday School class or Small Group?
A: The Welcome Centers located at the main entrances to both the Worship Center and the Education Building are staffed by members of our Guest Services Team. They’ll be able to point you in the right direction.
More information about LifeGroups»
Q: I’m a little leery about leaving my child with a complete stranger. Will he be safe?
A: Yes. And we completely understand because most of our volunteers are parents, too! We take special precautions to ensure your child’s safety from the time they’re checked in to the time you come pick them up. From hallway monitors to required name badges for check-out, protecting your child is priority one.