What Should I Expect? 

Entering our sanctuary, you’ll be greeted by our ushers who will offer you a bulletin and provide you with directions, if needed. In terms of the format of the services themselves, they are “blended” , which is to say they contain both traditional and contemporary elements. 

Coffee fellowship is offered in-between the services in the Gathering Place, adjacent to the sanctuary. Please join us after 8:30 or before 11 to meet members of our congregation.

 If you have an infant, you may bring him or her into our friendly, well-staffed nursery.  If you have toddlers or elementary school age children, they are encouraged to sit with you in worship until they are dismissed for Children’s Church (a worship program especially for them).  The first time you attend, you may wish to meet our Children’s Church staff prior to the service itself. 

What Should I Wear?

It is our belief that your desire to know God (and the condition of your heart) is much more important than what you may choose to wear to worship.  Some people dress in business casual or wear suits.  Others dress in uniforms (police, hospital, and retail) as they are taking time to worship on their way to or from work.  Still others will wear blue jeans or shorts in the summer. 

Where do I Park for Worship?

Many people park along Braddock St., the parking lot behind our downtown location, or in the North Loudoun Parking Garage.   Parking is free on Sunday mornings.  Limited street parking is avaliable surrounding our downtown facility generously allow worshippers to park free on Sunday mornings.