Frequently Asked Questions
What options are available for kids?
Our children’s area provides a safe, fun environment that parents appreciate and children enjoy. Secure children’s ministry is available for children birth-four years old. “Base Camp” offers children Kindergarten-5th grade a worship experience designed just for them. Of course, if you’d rather keep the family all together for worship, that’s fine too! Feel free to message our Children’s Pastor, Steve Neill.
How do I check in my children?
Upon entering the building, follow the large signs toward any of our three stairwells. (There is one located in the middle of the building in the lobby area, just behind the fireplace. The other two are at both ends of the building.) At each end of our Children’s area at both ends of the building, there are check-in stations where volunteers will assist you. The check-in process is easy, simple, and helps you know your child will be safe.
What about Middle and High School students?
Middle School students meet at 9 & 11 AM; High School students meet at 9 AM. Students can join their families or friends for the worship service at either 9 or 11 AM. Students are also invited to get connected on Wednesday nights. Feel free to message our Pastor of Family Ministries, Matt Garrison for information.
My child has special needs. Can I bring him/her?
Yes! We have a room set up specifically for children affected by special needs. Our volunteer staff is ready to welcome your child and to be a buddy to him or her while you enjoy the service. Once you arrive at the check-in station, Special Needs Director Emily King will be glad to meet you, show you around, and make sure you and your child are comfortable.
How much time should I allow for traffic and parking when planning my visit?
While you might want to add a few minutes to your travel time, our multiple service times allow for more parking options. Shuttle buses are available to take you from the parking lot to the building. If you are bringing children, don’t forget to also plan for time to check them into their classes. However, even if you arrive late, grab your coffee and come on in to the auditorium.
Can anyone come to Bible Center?
Yes! Everyone is welcome to all our services at Bible Center Church.
What if I need help or information while I’m there?
Volunteers and staff will be available to help. Just ask! Look for anyone that is wearing a name tag. You can also approach any of our pastors and staff as you recognize them from the platform. Approachability is part of our DNA. Feel free to message our Hospitality Director, Paula Toney, if you have any questions.
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Bible Center School
A ministry of Bible Center Church, Bible Center School is a fully accredited preschool, lower, and middle school program providing an exceptional educational experience in preparation for the secondary school level and college.