FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We are located at 125 Third Street, Breckenridge, MI.
Where to Park:
The church parking lot is located on the SE side of the church. There is also street and municipal parking on the west side of the church. There is also free street parking in the neighborhood surrounding the church.
Where do I go when I get there?
Upon entering you will be greeted by our usher staff and directed to the sanctuary.
Will I be singled out as a guest?
The greeters will provide guests with a visitor card to fill out their information, if they are interested in receiving more information about our church community. Members, regular attendees, and visitors alike are also asked to sign our attendance pads which are passed around during the worship service.
May I participate in communion?
All are welcome at the table of Christ. Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month. United Methodists practice open communion, and all present may receive the sacrament, if they so choose.
How do I dress?
Comfortably, and yes, this varies by individual. This congregation accepts a wide range of personal differences and self-expression, and this extends to clothing. By and large, people dress in what makes them feel good and ready to worship.
What if I have physical limitations?
There are handicap parking spaces in the church parking lot. If they are full when you arrive, please pull under portico and ask a greeter to assist you. They will be happy to park your car for you. The door by the church parking lot has a handicap opener and the entrance is barrier-free along with handicapped-accessible bathrooms.
Where should my children go?
The children all come to the sanctuary at the start of service. Children’s time happens about 20 minutes into the service. After children’s time, the children then follow adult leaders to their classroom and nursery directly from the sanctuary. Some children may prefer to stay with their families during worship, and all are welcome to do so.
What do I do after worship?
We encourage visitors, regular attendees, and members to connect with others informally in the fellowship hall for snacks.