When are your services?
We have Sunday School at 9:00am, which ends at 9:55am. Our worship service begins at 10:15am.
How long will the service last?
Our services are generally an hour and twenty minutes.
What will the service be like?
We have a blended style of worship that uses everything from traditional hymns to modern worship songs.
What should I wear?
"What do people wear at Twin Oaks?" is a frequently asked question. Do we wear suits, jeans, open shirts, khakis or capris? The answer is yes! First and foremost, come as you are. There is no dress code and what people wear is pretty broad. Many men wear coats and ties, but just as many wear khakis or jeans and a polo or button up shirt. Ladies wear pants, skirts, dresses, and casual attire.
Most importantly, we look forward to seeing you, not what you're wearing.
Will I need to say, sign or give anything?
Not really! Because we believe that God has welcomed sinners like us, we want you to feel at ease. The order of worship is printed in the bulletin you receive upon entering the sanctuary, or you can download it to your smart phone or ipad. It gives all the information you need to participate as you feel led.
An offering is taken in every service because the finances of the church are the responsibility of the church family. As a newcomer, we do not expect you to contribute nor do we want you to feel any pressure. Feel free to let the offering plate pass by.
What about my kids - do they come into the service with me or is there something going on for them?
Children are welcome in the worship service. We also have a wonderful children’s ministry here with a nursery provided for babies and toddlers during Sunday School and worship. Prior to the sermon, children from ages Pre-K and through 3rd Grade are dismissed for teaching or children’s church. Our nursery and class room for children are located in the East wing ( i.e. left when you enter the front of the church ).
Is this a Bible believing church?
Yes! All of our teaching is rooted in the Bible and we believe in Jesus Christ as the only Savior for sinners who are alienated from God. Our beliefs are stated more completely at this link. We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America ( PCA ). More information about the PCA can be found at www.pcanet.org