We'd love to see you in church this Sunday!

Going anywhere for the first time can be intimidating. If you'll be joining us, here's a few things for you to know.

Getting Here
We're located on Old Clairton Road, just off of Route 51. There's plenty of space to park - use the Caryl Drive lot (D) for easy access to the main lobby (C). Additional parking is available in the Audrey Drive lot (E).

We believe that the Gospel calls us to gather as a community to glorify God through song, prayer, and studying God's Word. We offer two services on Sunday morning - one in the Sanctuary (A) and another in the Great Room (B). Services last about 60 minutes. Come a few minutes early and grab a cup of coffee!

Have kids?
Our Nursery and Sunday School classes are designed to keep your child safe, and to help them understand the good news of Jesus. Head to a check-in kiosk in the lobby to register and check-in your child. One of our Children's ministry team will guide you from there! If you'd like more info, check out the Children's Ministry page.


Sanctuary Service | 9:30am

Our Sanctuary worship service is a traditional service led by an organ and choir. We come together in times of quiet reflection and singing psalms, historical hymns, and joyful spirituals. The Biblically-based formal liturgy of this service provides structured times of corporate confession, prayer, and proclamation of the Word.

Great Room Service | 11:00am

Our Great Room worship service is a modern, band-driven worship service where we seek to glorify God. This service includes a more casual environment, modern music, and a Biblically-based sermon seeking to guide us into seeing life through the lens of scripture.

One Church

Unity is at the very core of our church. We are one church united in Christian faith. Our members span across different stages of life, and have different gifts, and we all work together as the body of Christ. 1 Corinthians 12:12-27

  • We are unified in our belief.
  • We are unified in our love for others.
  • We are unified in our desire to be more like Christ.

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