These frequently asked questions might help people who are thinking about visiting us for the first time.
What do adults wear?
You are welcome to come in whatever makes you comfortable. If you are one who feels most comfortable when s/he looks like everyone else, then “business casual” will put you right in the middle of the crowd. On any given Sunday several folks are likely to be in jeans and perhaps a gentleman will wear a coat and tie.
What do children wear?
Children will be fine in sneakers, jeans and a T-shirt, plus a sweater or jacket when it is cold. Our children’s program is not simply a sit-there-and-listen-with-your-hands-in-your-lap experience. They will probably spend at least part of the Religious Education class sitting in a circle on a carpet, and another working with paste, glue, paint or crayons. In the summer, they are likely to go outside.
May our child stay with us during the service?
Of course. If you are curious about what your child would find if s/he went to class please visit our Religious Education program page.
Is your building handicapped accessible?
Yes. Our building is entirely on ground level. There are no steps or ramps to navigate.
Do you have to believe in god to attend the Sunday service?
No, we welcome atheists, agnostics, and theists alike.