Sundays at Access
What to Expect
A Warm Welcome
Friendly people will greet you, help you find your way around, answer your questions, and make you feel at home. We have safe, fun environments for kids infant through elementary, and our team will help them get checked in.
Music & Prayer
Services at Access Church are typically one hour long. We’ll sing a few songs to praise God for all He has done for us. Then, someone on stage will pray for real needs that exist within our community, in other local churches, or elsewhere in the world.
A Message From The Bible
One of our pastors will come out to share an encouraging and hope-filled message about Jesus. Our goal is that you walk away understanding how these thoughts can be applied to your everyday life.
A Chance to take your next step
Whether that’s connecting with people who live in your neighborhood, finding a place to serve, or just coming back next week, we’ll make sure you can take the next step in your relationship with Jesus.
When are services?
Every Sunday at 9:00, 10:15, & 11:30 AM. Services typically last one hour and include live music and a message from one of our pastors.
Where are services?
Where do I park?
When you arrive at the front entrance, follow the parking signs. We recommend arriving 15 minutes before services begin.
What should I wear?
Whatever you feel comfortable in. While a t-shirt and jeans is typical, some people like to dress it up a bit. 👍
What about my kids?
We believe that kids should have a blast at church every single week – and at Access Kids, we make this a priority. Their time includes games, fun music, stories, and small group time.
Access Kids is offered at every Access Church service for kids newborn through fifth grade. You’ll want to leave yourself an extra ten minutes to get signed in for the Access Kids experience. (If you pre-registered your kids, we will have that information ready to go!)
Middle and high school students meet at Access Youth every Wednesday from 6:30–8:15 PM. At Access Youth, we have music, a message, and small group time where students can grow with their peers.
Am I actually welcome?