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Our services include scripture readings, songs, Children's Time, a sermon, and prayers. Once a month we administer the sacrament of Holy Communion.
Our services begin at 9:30 a.m. and run for about an hour, with a time of fellowship to follow.
As we're in the middle of ranch and farmland in Wyoming, our dress code is semi-casual. We ask that clothing be modest, covering midriffs and not low-cut for shirts, or super short for shorts and skirts.
We have a parking lot accessible from Washakie Street, between Second and Third Streets. There are stairs to climb from the parking lot to the Sanctuary. We also have limited handicapped parking on Third Street between the alley and Washakie. There is a wheelchair ramp from the street to the Sanctuary. There is also parking on Washakie Street.
Our church services are held in the Sanctuary. As you come up the ramp from Third Street, the Sanctuary occupies the building on the left of the ramp. As you come up the stairs from the parking lot, the Sanctuary is on the right at the top of the stairs.
We do have a children's church during the main church service. After Children's Time, children will be dismissed to children's church with Miss Maggie.
Absolutely! There is not a single person who is without sin. We are not here to judge you, but rather to care for you and about you, and to help you find salvation and peace in Jesus Christ, the one true Savior.
No! Services are free. However, if you feel led to give, there are envelopes and a depository basket at the back of the Sanctuary. We do not "pass the plate", or require anyone to give monetary donations.