We get that being new in any environment can feel intimidating and awkward, so we promise not to single you out as a visitor. Instead, you’ll be warmly welcomed by some of the 180 people who call Community Church “home,” one of our volunteers will hand you a worship bulletin so you know what to expect during the service, and they’ll help you find a comfortable seat. During the service, you’re welcome to participate or simply observe—and that goes for the offering time, too.
What is a Sunday service like?
Each of our services include music, prayer, and teaching. Our Sunday services are more “contemporary,” with music led by a band, rather than an organ or choir.
What should I wear?
We are a church in a small town in eastern Washington, so we dress like people from eastern Washington! On a Sunday you’ll see a lot of jeans and maybe even a coat and tie on occasion. We are more interested in meeting you than caring about what you’re wearing, so come dressed as you feel comfortable!
How long is a Sunday morning service?
Our services last about an hour. If you’re visiting on a Sunday, it’s helpful to arrive a few minutes early so that you can find a place to sit. If you have children and would like them to experience our kid’s ministry, it may be helpful to arrive a few minutes earlier than that to get them checked in. After services, we have about twenty minutes for coffee and fellowship, followed by Sunday School.
What kind of people attend Community Church?
People just like you—and people very different from you, too! We’re a multi-generational church of people in all seasons of life and from all sorts of backgrounds. You’ll fit in. Don’t worry!