What to Expect
So, you’ve decided to be our guest, have you? Great! Dress in what you feel most comfortable wearing ….
As you arrive, you’ll be able to park on our paved lot with the front doors of the church clearly in sight. Handicapped spaces are available, as well as parking for those who don’t have a disability but appreciate closer parking. One of our six front doors is push plate enabled, but you will often find one of our greeters at the doors to welcome you in! An accessible restroom, full sized elevator, hearing assist devices, end row cut outs for wheelchairs, and LARGE PRINT bulletins and hymnals are available as a way of showing our hospitality.
Once inside, help yourself to a complimentary hot beverage, and join us on the upper level for worship. Music typically begins our time together, and our services are a nice blend our traditional and contemporary styles, with a positive, biblically based teaching message, relevant to daily life.
We do receive an offering, which you may share in if you’d like, but don’t feel you must. We normally do take a few moments to greet one another. Services are about an hour in length, and we trust will be a blessing to you heart and life. Please take the opportunity to introduce yourself to one of our pastors before you head home!
From Our Blog
The Rev. Dr. David Charles Smith, Senior Pastor of Jordan UCC of Allentown, will lead an 11-day spiritual