What to Expect
Like most of the Great Northwest, we’re a casual lot. If you visit,
you’ll meet people of varied ages, ethnic backgrounds, and beliefs.
Attending a service for the first time?
The main entry doors are at the back of the church, off the parking lot. Ignore the doors in front. Spring Street is on the side of the church and provides access to the parking lot and “true” front door.
We’re handicapped accessible, and have lifts. The lifts are just inside the entry doors. Just remember that parking’s in the back.
What to wear? Wear what you usually wear in everyday life. Everyday dress is just fine.
We provide childcare. Children can also attend the service, and either stay for the entire time, or stay for the (kids’ time) at the beginning, and then go to childcare.
At our monthly communion, we serve grape juice and gluten free bread.
We have coffee before, during and after the service! In addition, both hot and cold beverages are available following the service.
Yes, well-behaved pets are welcome! Ace brings Edgar, who’s a familiar sight around church.
Our building is 100 years old. We have beautiful stained glass windows, an incredible pipe organ, astonishing acoustics and friendly members. We try to live by the words of our founder, John Wesley:
“Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can.”