Frequently Asked Questions

Visiting a church for the first time can be intimidating.  We want you to feel at home when you visit.  Here are some answers to a few frequently asked questions.

 

If you have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

 

 

When are the services?

The main service and gathering time for Edgewood Church is Sunday mornings at 10am.  We rarely start on time but that’s okay.  Getting there before the service starts give you time to talk to people, get a cup of coffee, or sit and have a quiet moment before things get going.

 

IMG_2220What should I wear?

We want you to feel comfortable and free to be yourself. Whether you wear jeans or a dress, flip flops or  dress shoes, PJs or a three-piece suit, you will be welcomed with open arms.  You’re what is important, not what you wear.

 

What happens on a Sunday morning?

Someone will probably say hello when you arrive and help you find where to go. Coffee, tea, juice, muffins and bagels are our Sunday morning staples. You can come right in and sit down or linger by the coffee or on our front porch and get to know someone.

 

Our service begins at 10am with music and usually includes a variety of songs, meditative practices, and a teaching or message – all centered on the particular theme of the day.  Our service ends around 11:15 with a blessing given by one of the pastors.

 

What about my kids?

Children are an important part of our church.  Children always have the option to stay in the service with their parent(s).  We have an infant/toddler room adjacent to our hospitality area that is a great place to let little ones (under 4) explore.  There is a window into the room so you can peek in anytime.  About halfway through the service, children ages 4 to 5th grade are invited to meet in the Edgewood Kids room to explore a lesson about God.

 

DSC_0082Do I have to believe in God to come?

No. Edgewood Church is a place where your questions are welcome and your doubts are given space. We would love for you to join us anytime.

 

 

 

 

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Click HERE to listen to previous messages and view series descriptions.

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