We’re so glad that you’re here! Thank you for visiting our church website. We’d love to connect with you in person or online. Send us an email. Give us a call. Or join us for worship (in person in the Sanctuary or online via our church’s YouTube channel). Everyone is welcome here – all ages and stages, races and ethnicities, gender expressions and sexual orientations. On Sunday mornings, we hold worship at 10;00 am in our Sanctuary (and through livestreaming). We have a short Children’s Chapel (Sunday School) during worship and we offer a Nursery for babies and very young children.   

Accessing the Church

We have two entrances. The west entry is at 600 Ninth Street, between Greenleaf and Central Avenues. Parking is available on all of those three streets. We also have an east entrance, which is the handicapped entrance, accessible through the alley and our parking lot behind the church. There is an elevator at the east entrance only. On Sunday mornings, we reserve the parking lot for individuals with handicaps, families with infants, and our members and visitors for whom walking is more difficult.

Locating Spaces Inside the Church

We hope you will feel comfortable asking any of our greeters, ushers, or members for help in finding where you want to go. Our Sanctuary is up one level from both entrances. Children’s Chapel (Sunday School)occurs in the Chapel, next to our west entrance. Wallace Moore Fellowship Center in on the lower level. All levels contain a restroom.

Worship Services

We hold a traditional worship service at 10:00 am with the singing of hymns, readings from scripture, and a sermon. The service usually lasts about an hour. Communion Sundays usually occur on the first Sunday of the month. Presbyterians practice an open table where all are welcome. We have pews with wheelchair accessibility for those who need them. Members tend to dress in a variety of ways but most dress traditionally. Casual dress is fine as well. Seating is not arranged in any particular way, so sit where you like.


The Gillson Park service in the summer is smaller in attendance and more casual. It can be more interactive, so is great for kids and teenagers.