For First-Time Visitors
What Should I Wear?
Wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable. Some men wear shorts and jeans and some wear suits and ties. Some women wear jeans and some wear dresses. So everybody fits in at FCC!
What Kind Of Music Do You Sing/Play?
Most of our music would be described as traditional. We sing our hymns out of a standard hymnal (Chalice Hymnal), and hymns are accompanied by organ or piano. Our Chancel Choir leads us in singing and offers an anthem, or choral piece, each week. Many weeks some pieces are accompanied by instrumentalists, including brass instruments, violin, bass, flute, oboe, etc.
What Does FCC Offer For My Children During Worship?
God gave children extra giggles and we welcome every sound they make! During our 10:15 worship, there are a few options for you and your little ones…
Prayground Area — This area is in our sanctuary and kids can use it right during worship. It is a small table at the back of the sanctuary equipped with fun activities surrounded by comfortable seating for the parents. This way, kids can keep their active minds busy during worship while still participating along with their parents.
Nursery/Toddler Room — This room is staffed by trained workers outside of our sanctuary so that parents can feel comfortable during worship while their children are being well cared for. The room has cribs for our babies and toys for our toddlers.
What Accommodations Does FCC Offer Those With Disabilities?
For access to our sanctuary, the north door (main entrance off the parking lot) is a wheelchair-accessible entrance, and an elevator is available to go up to the sanctuary or down to Fellowship Hall. For the visually impaired, we provide both our Sunday bulletin and hymnal in large-print versions. All pews have padded seats. If there is anything we can do to make your visit more enjoyable, simply ask one of our greeters, and they will be most happy to assist you.
Where Can I Park?
Ample parking is available adjacent to the Church, with entrances to the parking lot off of Pike Street and Walnut Avenue.