It’s Sunday morning. What are your plans? Consider beginning your Sunday at Campus Church. From your first cup of coffee in our Connection Café, we think you’ll feel welcome and comfortable. Here is some information we think will help you as you prepare to visit.
Getting to Campus Church
Campus Church Worship Service
When and where is the worship service?
We have one worship service on Sundays at 10:15am, in the Chapel which is accessed through the main lobby. Stop by the Welcome Center in the main lobby for help locating this area. Interpretation for the hearing impaired is offered. For more info on our sign language minsitry, click here to contact Kathryn Moore. Bible classes for all ages are offered at 9:00am in various locations at the building.
What do I wear?
Just be comfortable. At Campus you’ll see everything from jeans and sandals to business casual. And occasionally you’ll see a coat and tie. Most important to us is that you be comfortable and be yourself.
What does the worship service look like?
On a typical Sunday at Campus Church, there are several elements in our worship services. Here’s a brief look at some of those elements:
- Praise and Worship
At Campus, our worship service begins with music. We invite everyone to join in our worship through song. The words to the songs appear on screens. Our worship leader and praise team are there to lead us in our time of praise and worship to God.
- Communion/Lord’s Supper
We celebrate the Lord’s Supper every week in our Sunday morning worship service. This is a time for us to remember and reflect on the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ. All are welcome to participate in communion.
Campus takes an offering every week in our Sunday morning worship service. We believe that generosity is an important discipline to develop. You are welcome to participate with us in our weekly contributions. If you'd rather wait until you learn more about us, that's okay too.
Each week there is a biblically based message to encourage us and to help us better understand and apply God’s Word.
- Prayer Time
At Campus Church we strongly believe in the power of prayer. Each Sunday, at the end of our worship hours, there is a time when people are given the opportunity to pray with one of our elders, ministers, or prayer team members.
Inside the Building
Visit the Welcome Center in the main lobby for answers to questions, or for assistance to classes or worship services. The Campus Church First Impressions Team is ready to serve you!
Stop by for a free cup of coffee at the Connection Café also located in the main lobby. Our café volunteers can discuss with you opportunities to connect with one of our Sunday Morning classes, our in-home Small Groups or a number of service opportunities.
At Campus Church, we value children and we take great pride in our children’s ministry – Kids' World. Once you’re here we think you’ll see why. Kids' World offers Praise and Celebration times and Bible classes for children from four months to the fifth grade. When you arrive at Campus visit the Welcome Center and a Kids' World host or a Guest Services volunteer will escort you to the right area for your children. Then they will assist you with the check-in process. There is also a mid-week Children’s program. Click here for more specific information regarding Kids' World.
Sunday morning Bible classes for Middle School (grades 6-8) and High School (grades 9-12) begin at 9:00am. The classes are held in Underground (click here for information on the teen center – Underground). There is also a Student Ministries mid-week program as well as Student Small Group Opportunities. Click Here for more information on Campus Student Ministry.
There are a variety of Bible classes offered for adults at 9:00am each Sunday. Most of those classes meet on the second floor of our main building. Click here to find out about the classes that are currently meeting. If you need help finding a class when you show up on a Sunday, be sure to visit the Welcome Center in the main Lobby. One of our Guest Services volunteers will be happy to help you out.