- Is there a dress code?
Nope, we want you to be more focused on the service than on what you’re wearing. God cares more about the state of our hearts than the quality of our clothes. All we ask is that you dress appropriately as you would any other public place.
- Where should I park?
Anywhere you want! There is plenty of parking on both the North side and the South side of the church, but we’ve also reserved special parking spots just for our visitors close to the main doors if you’d like.
There are handicapped spaces in front of the flagpoles, as well as a few ramps up to the church doors for easy wheelchair access.
- What's the campus layout?
Looking from the street, our campus has two main buildings: a bigger one with arches on the left (the auditorium), and a smaller one on the right (the family center). Here’s the breakdown of our services and their locations:
10:00 a.m. We typically have two studies going on at this time:
One is located in the family center and is an all age groups class with a message from one of our pastors.
The other is located in the cafe in front of our grass area, and is a discussions class, with a new topic each week.
11:00 a.m. Our main service starts in the big church building. It starts with some music from our band, and then one of pastors gives a message.
- Is there anything for my kids?
Yep! We have four groups/classes for kids here at Orchard. Every group is available during both hours, except for teen group which is only available at 10AM.
Nursery (infants through 2 years)
Toddlers (Ages 3-5)
Kids (1st – 6th grade class)
Teens (7th -12th)
For the 11:00 a.m. service, the 1st – 6th graders usually stay until after the worship/music is over and then go together to class, but, if this is your first time visiting and your child isn’t comfortable visiting a new classroom yet, no sweat, they can absolutely stay in the main service with you.
- Am I expected to put money in the offering?
No, not at all! Giving is something we do as christians to give back to God and support the church and everybody that pitches in to make it happen. It’s something done from the heart, not out of obligation.
Welcome to Orchard!
A church on a mission to share real truth, real love, & real hope!