When You Visit
What should I expect when I visit? We will greet you warmly before each worship service, but not overwhelm you. You are free and encouraged to investigate our church and spiritual matters on your own terms and at your own pace. No pressure. Guaranteed.
How do I get there?Our Middletown Campus is conveniently located at the intersection of Blankenbaker Parkway and N. Watterson Trail between I-64 and Shelbyville Road. There is plenty of parking in front of the church, but allow a few extra minutes to negotiate traffic with our friends at Southeast Christian Church. Sometimes it's helpful to approach and depart the church by way of Shelbyville Road.
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Where do I go when I get there? The main sanctuary is located on the left side of the building as you face the church. MC Park, our children's wing, is the large entrance to the right. Most worship services are held in the main sanctuary. Chalice worship (9:45 am) is held in the gym on the lower level of MC Park. Also on the lower level you will find the fellowship hall and youth area. Elevators are available at either end of the building.
Meeting rooms are located throughout the building; room assignments are posted daily outside the church office. The office is best accessed through the doors directly behind the flag pole and bell tower. Kids are welcome to ring the bell anytime!
What do I do with my children? All children are welcome at MC Park. A loving, dedicated nursery along with programming for children ages birth through 5th grade are available during every weekend service. All children must be signed in at the MC Park welcome counter by an accompanied adult. Pagers are available for parents of infants and toddlers. Allow a few extra minutes the first time you attend and a host will help you navigate our automated check-in and introduce you to some new friends.
What do I wear? Whatever makes you feel comfortable. Our clothes don't define us; our relationship with Christ does. You will find most people wear business casual (slacks, shirts, blouses and skirts). But many wear jeans (even shorts) while others choose their "Sunday best," particularly at the 9 a.m. service. The same goes for children, but please know our children's worship programming involves plenty of active learning.