First Visit

First Visit

We’re thrilled that you’ve decided to get to know us!
If you’re planning your first visit with us, you may be asking… 

 What time is church on Sunday? 

At Ingleside, we have four opportunities for you to worship every Sunday. Service times are 8:30, 9:40, and 11:00 a.m. Visit our worship page to learn more about each of our services. The speaker and the biblical message will be the same in each of the services. The main difference will be in the “musical heart language” for each style of worship.

 What should I wear?

It’s really up to you; it’s not a big deal to us. A few will be really dressed up, a few will be really dressed down, but most will be casual and comfortable or somewhere in between.

 Is there something for my kids?

Yes! There is outstanding programming for preschoolers (6 weeks through pre-K) during all three worship services. We also offer high-energy, age-group appropriate programming for your elementary, middle, or high school student. Be sure to check out the ministry pages for activities you will not want them to miss!

 Okay, I’m on campus. Now what? 

If you are arriving from Wimbish Road, enter the east side of the campus (closest to Riverside Drive) and follow the signs for First Time Guest Parking. Greeters will be present to help direct you to the Worship Center, age-group ministry areas, or the information desks. Information desks are conveniently located upstairs and downstairs outside of our Worship Center.

 What if I have a small child?

We recommend that you allow your infants, toddlers, and preschoolers (ages 6 weeks – pre-K) to be cared for in one of our warm, nurturing One Way Preschool ministry classrooms. Or, if you have a child in elementary school (5K – 5th grade), they won’t want to miss what’s going on in our Xtreme Kids ministry. 

One of our welcome team greeters will be pleased to guide you to the location of your child’s age-group ministry.

 What do I do after the service?

We want to invite you to meet the pastor. We look forward to being able to shake your hand and answer any questions you may have.