Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I park?

The parking lot is located behind the church. The parking lot can be entered by 4th Street off of Craycroft or Woodland Avenue from 5th Street. You can also park on 4th Street, if you prefer.  Our Sanctuary can be entered through the Fellowship Hall (elevator or stairs) or from the front doors on Craycroft Road.

What are the services like?

The 9:00 a.m. service is “Contemporary:” the musical worship is lead by the praise team, and the service is more informal, with fewer readings and responses.

The 10:30 a.m. service is “Traditional:” the liturgy features the organ, choir, congregational responses.
How do I dress? 
Casual – there’s no dress code!

How do I become a member?

We host an Inquirer’s Luncheon once every few months where people interested in joining our church can find out more about Christ Church, Methodism, and our ministries.  Please speak contact us for the date of the next Inquirer’s Luncheon.

What activities are there for children?

On Sunday morning, we offer Kids Own Worship with Ms. Diane during the 9:00 AM service. Children’s Sunday school is during the 10:30 AM service. Kids Club meets monthly throughout the year.

Youth Sunday school is at 10:30 AM, and Youth Group meets on Wednesday nights during our Wednesday Night Fellowship. Our senior high youth go on an out-of-town Mission trip once a year, and the junior high youth participate in the district’s local mission trip.  Some of our youth also enjoy playing with the praise team on Sunday!
 
We also have special events throughout the year: Music Camp, Vacation Bible School, Rummage Sale, local youth conferences, and more.
What about for adults?

We have two Sunday school classes that meet on Sunday mornings, one during each service. Three Bible study groups meet on Wednesday evenings after our community dinner.  There are also a variety of volunteer and social opportunities throughout the week.

What denomination does Christ Church belong to?
We are a United Methodist Church.  You can find out more about what that means here.