What to Expect When You Visit

Plenty of free parking is available.  After you park  your car, enter through the front door to the sanctuary.  A greeter will assist you, offer you a bulletin, and answer any questions you may have. Our sanctuary is easily accessible for those with mobility issues who require a wheelchair or other device.

Most people at Fletcher’s Chapel are casual in their attire and you are encouraged to come as you are most comfortable.  The worship services are identical but the 8:30 service is the larger service of the two.

Our style of worship would best be described as traditional although we try to incorporate other styles of worship.  We welcome lay participation in the service and it is common for members to read Scripture and occasionally lead worship and offer the morning message.

Accessible restrooms are on the main floor.  Each restroom has a changing table for infants. There are restrooms on the bottom level as well that are not accessible.

At 9:45 we gather in the sanctuary for the Sunday School opening exercises.  We begin with a hymn, Scripture reading, a brief devotional, a closing hymn, and with prayer.  Then we go to our small groups.  There are two classes for adults.

On the second of the month we have a Coffee Fellowship in the Fellowship Hall from 9:30 until 10:00. Expect coffee, juice, doughnuts, fruit, muffins and other continental breakfast type food.