There is accessible parking available on Kavanaugh right in front of the building, a parking lot located at the back of the building on Lee Ave, and street parking along Martin Street.
Our service is family friendly, and we LOVE kids! Families often will be seen sitting together throughout the service. A nursery is also provided for babies/toddlers ages 0-2 through the entire service. For kids 3-8, we have Central Kids downstairs, where a team of volunteers will teach an age appropriate Bible lesson, work on a craft, and sing praise songs. Please arrive about 15 minutes early to get your family checked in to Central Kids.
Plan Your Visit with us (use the blue button at the bottom) , and we can arrange someone call you and talk a bit or even meet you for coffee to respond to any questions or concerns you might have. If you’d like, we will have someone meet you at the door on Sunday and help show you around and get your kids checked in to Central Kids. Check out our events tab for other ways to join us and meet some members of our community.
Our worship style is a blend of contemporary and ancient elements. You will hear the sounds of guitars and drums, but mostly the sound of joyful voices. We'll sing a mix of new songs and older hymns. Our order of service gives us time for quiet reflection, prayer, reading, and singing. Each week there is a sermon based on a passage of the Bible. The message will point us to the good news of who Jesus is and what he has done, is doing, and will do to redeem the world. You can hear a previous sermon here. We believe that in all of these things God meets us, loves us, and shapes us as his people. As for what to wear, you can expect to see everything from blue jeans to blazers.
Our Sunday morning classes are topical and rotate every 8-10 weeks. Check the Events page for the current class schedule.
We are a member of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). The PCA was established in 1973 in response to the need for a biblical and evangelical witness to Jesus Christ, faithful to the scriptural truths recaptures in the protestant Reformation. The PCA's top priorities are 1- To be biblical in its doctrine and form of government and 2- to be committed to evangelism, Christian education, and the equipping of every Christ-follower for ministry. To read more on what we believe about God, Man, Sin, Jesus, etc, click below.