What to Expect on Sundays... 2:00PM
If you are looking for a church or just exploring the Christian faith, we would love to have you join us on a Sunday afternoon. To help you get aquainted with Greenhouse, here are a few FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS about what to expect when visiting for the first time.
What happens when I arrive?
Location: The Daniel Chapel is located on the 2nd floor of the Vision Center.
Walkthrough: Upon entering the Vision Center, make a right and proceed down the hall. At the end of the hall, take the stairs up to the 2nd floor. When you walk through the double doors, you'll find our Connection Table and be greeted by a friendly volunteer. They'll be able to answer any questions, provide you with resources, and before entering the sanctuary, handing you a bulletin that will guide you through the service.
What should I wear?
Clothes are a good idea. Beyond that, we're not picky. God is far more interested in our hearts than our appearance. So we invite people to wear whatever they are comfortable worshipping in. For some that's a coat and tie; for others it's blue jeans.
What do we do during the service?
Our worship consists of praying and singing, and is centered around Scripture. We celebrate the Lord's Supper (Communion) the first Sunday of every month. A presider and bulletin will guide you through the service with simple instructions.
We sing some old hymns but our sound is more contemporary.
As we believe that the Bible is God's word, we emphasize teaching from Scripture. Our sermons are centered around the gospel of Jesus, and practical. Typically, we preach through books of the Bible, interspersed with topical series.
Here's the order of service:
- A short time of welcoming and hellos
- Call to worship
- Individual silent prayer
- Worship through song
- Intercessory prayer
- Responsive worship through song
What Bible do you use?
We use the NIV (New International Version).
What is the age range at Greenhouse?
Many of the people in our congregation are young professionals, graduate students and college students. At the end of the day, we are a cradle to the grave church... everyone is welcome!
What if I have children? Loud children?
We don't mind; children are a blessing and a part of life! Please feel free to sit in the back and leave/enter at your convenience.