Building Breakdown

The purpose of this page is to give you some insight into this maze-like church building so that you might be more familiar and comfortable when you arrive.

 P1- This level is a parking garage for members and visitors. It may be accessed by Central Avenue.

P2- On this level, you will find an outdoor parking deck. As you enter this level you will find the Jesus’ Friends Sunday School Class for mentally challenged adults to your left. They are often outside as members arrive, offering a friendly good morning or a welcoming hug. You may also take the elevator straight ahead to other floors in the church.

Office Level– This floor offers another parking deck used primarily by older members of the church who have a difficult time climbing stairs. Spaces are also reserved on this level for visitors. As you enter the building, you will find the pastoral and business offices and the session room.

 2nd Floor– On this floor you can find the Fellowship Hall (used for coffee fellowship and Wednesday and Sunday meals), adult Sunday School classes, children’s classes, the church kitchen, and the library. If you arrive and are not greeted at the door, someone on this level would be more than happy to help you find where you need to go.

3rd Floor– The sanctuary and the chapel are located on this floor as well as the columbarium.  There are also some of our adult Sunday school classes, the church parlor, and the rehearsal room for the handbell choir.

4th Floor– The elevator does not reach this floor and is accessible only by stairways.  The youth division is located on one side and the choir rooms (for rehearsal) on the other side.

If you have children with you, there are a variety of children’s classes both for Sunday School and nursery care and children’s church (kindergarten through 2nd grade) during 11:00 worship. Children’s classes are located directly under the sanctuary and nursery care is just down the hall.

Upon entering the sanctuary, a deacon will hand you a bulletin. This is your “script” for the service.

If you are unfamiliar with Presbyterian worship, we invite you to visit the Sanctuary Service page.

Using your bulletin as a guide, you may unite with those worshiping with you in prayer, singing, and listening. It is always our prayer that the Holy Spirit be in our midst as we worship our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

During the service, there is a time to sign the “friendship pad”. If you choose to do this and provide your phone number, e-mail address, or home address, someone from the church will contact you to answer any further questions you may have.