What is the music like?
We would be considered more contemporary than some churches. Our music is a mix of cultures with a live band and vocalists. It’s lively, upbeat, and presented well. Every time there’s a 5th Sunday in a month, we have our children stay with us for the entire service for what we call “Family Worship Sunday.”
What should I wear?
If you wear a tie, suit, or cocktail dress, we’ll know you’re a guest. Business casual is the attire at Friends. Some men wear shorts and golf shirts. Ladies wear slacks, sundresses, or capris. Our teens wear clothes like they would wear to school. We want you to be comfortable. Our saying is, “No ties, no pressure, no kidding.”
What are the people like?
Friends is a place of friendly people. But it’s also a place where you can make friends. You’ll find most of our people will greet you, introduce themselves and help you feel at home. We are a multi-cultural church with numerous people groups represented.
What time will it end?
We currently have one service option: 10:00am. The service usually ends by 11:30am.
Do you have quality child care?
We have a room for nursery, toddler, and elementary aged children. Our staff are trained, experienced, and have passed background checks for your peace of mind.
Do you have something for my grade school children?
KidZone happens each week during our service. Our children meet with the adults for about 15 minutes, so that they can be a part of the music portion, and then they are dismissed for their lesson. You can meet them in their classroom afterwards. If you like, you can go to KidZone with them so that you can feel comfortable with the teacher, the setting and their adjustment. For our 3rd-5th graders, we provide “Level-Up”, geared especially to them!
Are you easy to find?
Coming from 408E – 408 East to the Dean Road exit. Two blocks South.
Or, we’re one block North of Lake Underhill on Dean Road.
Is there enough parking?
We have plenty of parking. But you should come early. The close spots run out quickly. It’s a large parcel of land, but don’tget the wrong idea; the tram won’t be coming out to the Cinderella section to give you a ride!
Are you going to bombard me, embarass me, call me out, make me stand up, sing a song, or introduce myself?
Nope. We’ll only make you feel incredibly welcome and comfortable!