We gather together Sundays at 9 & 11am

Let’s just admit it: walking through the doors of a church for the first time can be daunting. Depending on your past and/or present, it can range from intimidating to exciting. Regardless, you have to be pretty courageous and that makes you awesome!

Where do I park?

If this is your first time visiting us we encourage you to put your hazard lights on as you pull into the parking lot and our incredible roadie team will lead you to a prime parking spot.

Is there a dress code?

Yes, please come dressed. 


Seriously though, we’re a “come as you are” family. Those who wear suits or dress nicely do so because they like to wear that, not because they’re expected to come in their “church clothes.”

What is a service like?

Services are typically 75-80 minutes 


We usually begin with a few songs, and we encourage everyone to participate. This is way better than just Christian karaoke. As with most things in life, participating is better than spectating. We’ll have all of the song lyrics on the screen so you can easily follow along.


After that we enter into a time of reflection and a time of giving. We don’t “pass the plate” at our services, and no one is required to give rather we encourage everyone to search their heart and give as they feel lead. 


Next, one of our Pastors will come out onto the platform and share a relevant message about Jesus and how to have a relationship with him. They will open the bible and teach through scriptures and end with a time of communion. This is done in your seats and is completely optional.


Lastly we will wrap it all up with a short time of prayer and another worship song to send you into your week.

What if I have kids?

Bring ‘em! 


We offer children’s services at both 9 and 11am for children from birth to 5th grade. When you arrive through the front doors, look to the right and you will see the big children’s check in sign. Make your way over and check in at the new family registration booth. You will receive a check in tag and be led to your children’s classrooms. After that, kiss ‘em goodbye and enjoy an hour without having to hear “Mom, Dad, I need a snack, I need to go to the bathroom, I need, I need, I need.” 


**** To expedite the process you can pre check your kids into the system here. ****

What do you have for students?

Students in grades 6-12 are welcome in our 9 and 11am services! Our Eastpoint Students also meet on Sunday nights from 5-7pm throughout the school year. Visit the Students page to see what’s happening!

What if I have questions when I get there?

We encourage you to ask us! You can find a friendly volunteer at the welcome desk, booths on the turf, in the discover Eastpoint room or talk to anyone wearing a lanyard. We can’t wait to meet you!

Are there translations/ASL services available?

There sure is!!! We have a ASL interpreter during our 9am service. They are located at the front right of the platform, so make sure to get there a little early to reserve your spots. 

We also offer a live translation of the service in French and Portuguese. To listen along please bring your smartphone and headphones, and download the app here

How do I get connected into the church community?

Listen, we understand that stepping into this building with a lot of people can be intimidating and overwhelming and you may feel like you don’t know where to begin. We encourage you, no, we urge you, that you talk to someone at the welcome desk or the booths on the turf and fill out a connect card so that we can follow up with you on an individual basis and discover how you can best connect into this church family.

Connect Card

Once you’re in your seat, you’ll see a card in the seat pocket in front of you. We’d love for you to fill out that card and bring it to one of the many connect card boxes located throughout the auditorium. You can also fill one out online!

What To Expect (Mainah Translation)

Where do I pahk?

Pahk ya cah in the lot bub!

Whaddoi weah?

Throw on ya Sunday flannel and ya bean boots and call it a day. 

Do I need to stand, sit, kneel, and pray like I did at Motha’s church?

Nosah. Just findah seat and enjoy your black coffee and listen to tha pastah.

Are theah translation or A S L services available?

Yuh, but not tru mainah

Whaddoi do with tha kids?

Drop ya little tax deductions off at the doah to the right.

Whadabout the oldah ones?

They stay with ya.

Whaddifi have questions?


Howddoi get connecdid?

It ain’t wicked hahd. Just gotta talk ta someone.

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