Where should I park? You are welcome to park in our large lot that is the first left you encounter after turning onto 29th street from Harvard. There is also a much smaller lot that is located further down 29th street on the NW corner of our property, and you’re welcome to park there, too.
Where is the sanctuary? The sanctuary is separate from our main building, and it is located on the east side of the property closest to the main parking lot. There’s a sign directing you from the main parking lot. If you arrive for worship only, then you can enter the sanctuary doors on the west side of the sanctuary. There you will be greeted and can ask any additional questions you have. There are restrooms located in the sanctuary building.
What activities are available for my children on Sunday mornings? If you have children, there are several options to choose from. Children are always welcome in worship. For those who would like, a nursery is available for little ones from birth through two years of age (available from 8:45 am – noon). Following the children’s moment in each worship gathering, three-year-olds through third graders are invited to participate in Children’s Worship & Wonder. From 10:15-11:00 am, Connection Classes (Sunday Schools) are available for children of all ages.
What should I wear? Feel free to come as you are and dress as you’d like. On any Sunday you’ll find ties and jeans, sneakers and high heels, t-shirts and dresses, all in the same place. That’s the idea. Jesus wore sandals and a tunic…so wear what you want. Except for speedos. No speedos. 🙂
What about Sunday Schools? Several Connection Classes (Sunday Schools) for children, youth, and adults of all ages are held from 10:15-11:00 am.
Is Fellowship handicap accessible? Absolutely. Each of the entrances at Fellowship are handicap accessible and reserved parking is available at each of these entrances as well. We are a single floor establishment, no stairs here.
Other info: There is fair trade coffee, drinks, and snacks set up in the gathering area outside the sanctuary, as well as a Visitor Information Center with informational brochures. You’re invited to hang out in the gathering area (just outside the sanctuary) before worship or to sit in the sanctuary.