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How long are your service?

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Between 60 and 90 minutes.

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What is the difference between the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. service?

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The primary differences between the services are stylistic. For example, the music for the 9 a.m. service is more contemporary and makes use of instruments such as the piano, bass, and guitar, while the 11 a.m. is more traditional and utilizes the classic pipe organ. Furthermore, the earlier service also makes use of modern media, such as our projection system, more so than the later service. Both services are liturgically centered upon God's Word and Sacraments with Holy Communion offered at both services on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th weekends of every month. Also, immediately following both services, coffee and refreshments are available in our fellowship hall (this time is treasured by our congregation as an opportunity to chat and get to know each other). Please note that during the summer months there is only one service, starting at 10 a.m., which blends many of the unique qualities of our contemporary and traditional services.

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What do I wear?

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At the two Sunday services you will see people in jeans as well as suits and ties. Most men wear collared shirts (golf or dress shirts) – and no tie. Most of the women wear dress blouse, and slacks or skirts, but you will find some in jeans as well.

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Do you have a nursery where my young children can be cared for during the service?

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The Sunday morning 9:00 a.m. service has a nursery where young children can be cared for during the service.

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Can I bring my young kids to the worship service? They might cry or speak loudly.

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Yes, children are welcome in all our worship services. The noise they make will NOT upset our pastor or our members. We suggest you sit near the back so it's easier for you to take them to the washroom when they 'need to go'.

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Do I have to join your church in order to attend?

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No. We have many 'associate members' within our congregation. They are people who don't have/desire official membership but like to attend.

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Do I have to give an offering?

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No. Offerings made to God are voluntary. You are welcome to give one if you wish but visitors should not need to feel obligated to give.

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Do you have facilities for those with physical handicaps?

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There are wheel chair ramps from the parking lot and our church is all on one floor. Both washrooms are equipped with handicap stalls.

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Do you have a ‘change room’ for babies?

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Our washrooms are clean and child friendly. Both men's and women's washrooms are equipped with safe change tables.

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I’m hard of hearing. Do you have anything for the hearing impaired?

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Yes. Just ask the attending elder or usher and they will give you a battery operated ear-piece.