Plan a Visit
117 East Hamilton Street
Palmyra, MO 63461
What to Expect
Visiting a new place, especially a church, can be a bit frightening if you don't know what to expect. Below are some commonly asked questions by people preparing to come worship with us.
What should I wear?
We want you to wear what's comfortable. You will find people wearing jeans and a t-shirt while others are wearing dress slacks and a blazer. Overall, our church is pretty relaxed and casual. You wear what is appropriate for you.
What are the service times?
We gather for our Sunday morning worship service at 10:15am each Sunday. In addition, we have a small group ministry which includes traditional Sunday school and life groups. Sunday school classes meet at 9am on Sunday here at the church building. Life groups are a bit more relaxed and meet in people's homes throughout the week.
Can I bring my kids?
Of course! The gospel of Jesus is for all ages and so we are a faith family that's very welcoming to even the youngest visitor. We have a fully staffed nursery for the main worship service at 10:15am and various age appropriate classes ranging from infants to high schoolers at 9:00am. If your kiddo gets a little too fussy we have cry room where you can still hear the service.
What if I am not used to attending church?
That's a great question. We don't attend church because we got it all figured out or have our lives polished up. We go to church to be reminded of the gospel which tells us we aren't perfect and need someone who is to die the death we deserve and live the life we never could. So, if it's been a minute since you attended a church come this Sunday to be remind with all us that everybody needs Jesus.
How do I get there? And where should I park?
The main auditorium where we gather for worship is located right on Main St in downtown Palmyra, MO. Specifically, it's on the SE corner of Main and Hamilton Street. Use the address 117 E. Hamilton St. Palmyra, MO 63461 in your GPS and it will take you right to a large parking lot where you may park. The neighboring streets are also used for parking.