What Can I Expect When I Visit Marion Hills Bible Church?
Visiting a church for the first time can cause any one of us anxiety. We want to make you feel at home. In this section we have some information that will make your experience a little easier.
AS YOU ARRIVE
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You can enter our parking lot from High Road – feel free to park anywhere in the lot. Handicap spaces are located by the east door.
You can enter the building at 1 of 3 doors:
East Door: Handicap accessible/elevator – feel free to call ahead so we may be of assistance to you.
North Door: Main entrance off of parking lot (Preferable).
South Door: Front of church.
When you enter any of the 3 doorways – proceed up the stairs/elevator to the sanctuary where you will be greeted.
Our Sunday school classes are for children and adults. They begin at 9:30 am and last approximately 45 minutes. Following Sunday school all ages assemble together in the sanctuary for the first part of our service. Children 4 years old through 3rd grade are then escorted by their teachers downstairs to their respective classes.
Our morning worship begins at 10:30 am consisting of prayer, music and a message from God’s Word (our service usually lasts a little over an hour).
FOR YOUR LITTLEST ONES:
During Sunday morning services we happily provide nursery care for infants and children up to 3 years old, in a comfortable and safe environment.
WHAT TO WEAR:
The Lord focuses on the heart more than the outward appearance and so should we. You’ll find a wide variety of dress among our congregation from casual to more formal attire. We simply aim to dress so as not to draw attention to ourselves but to keep the focus on Jesus Christ alone.
OUR WORSHIP SERVICES:
Music is an important part of our worship here at MHBC. You can expect both congregational singing, and special music. You probably will see one of our elders give a few announcements concerning upcoming events. After the announcements we usually greet one another (leaving your seat is entirely up to you). During the service we receive an offering, which is voluntary. This, along with singing, is a way we worship our Lord.
Finally, and most importantly, you will hear a message from God’s Word. Our Pastor’s expositional teaching is both topical and textual, providing a detailed explanation.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to call or e-mail us.