what to expect

We want your experience at Connection Church to be first-class all the way! From fun and interactive children's ministries to inspirational worship and messages, our weekend service is a place where you can encounter the life-changing presence of God and become part of a faith-filled community. Below you will find some helpful information on what to expect when you arrive at a service. We want your visit to feel as comfortable as possible, so be sure to contact us if you should have any questions. You can also ask an Information Center team member any question you may have on the day you arrive. 


Our worship service is contemporary in design and uplifting in nature. You will experience powerful live worship and an inspiring message filled with God's truth and hope. You'll also have the opportunity to pray, meet new people, and give of your tithes and offerings. You'll find a very friendly and welcoming environment when you come to a service. Our attitude is that it's ok to have fun in church!  


Dress comfortably. One of the things you'll notice about Connection Church is that we are a very diverse church. You'll feel right at home wearing anything from shorts, to jeans, to business casual attire. 


As you come through the main entrance of the church the Connection Kids check-in counter, for all ages, will be on your immediate right. You will be greeted by a friendly check-in attendant who will assist you and answer any questions you may have about that area of ministry. First time guests will be asked to complete a Visiting Family form for their child(ren) and each child will be issued a security card. Parents drop their children off at the appropriate room.

When service has concluded, parents go directly to the child's room for pick-up. Turn in their security card to the teacher. I Your child's safety is our top priority. Only the person with the security card is allowed to pick-up the child. In the instance of a lost card, a temporary one can be issued at the check-in counter.


At the conclusion of every service, Pastor Jeremy likes to greet people at the front doors as they leave. He looks forward to shaking your hand and meeting you and your family.