We are delighted that you decided to visit our website and learn about what God is doing at Friendship Assembly. Grab a cup of coffee and your comfy chair as you explore our site and find out more about us, If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Here at Friendship Assembly we are passionate about helping people discover the joy of belonging to a faith community. Together we worship to encounter God, desiring for Him to work in us and through us. Together we serve to express the love of Christ to others, both inside and outside the walls of the church. Together we strive to fulfill our mission to reveal Christ to the world.
Whether you are just thinking about checking out the whole "God thing" or have been a follower of Jesus for many years, we invite you to join us on our journey of faith as we learn more and more what it means to follow Jesus Christ.
You will find a relaxed atmosphere, people chatting while enjoying coffee or hot chocolate, and a worship service designed around seeking the Lord and allowing Him to work among us.
A staffed nursery is available for children under 2. Children are part of the worship service until it is time for the sermon, when they can go to classes designed for them. Our preschool class is for children 2 through 5 (pre-K). Kids church is for children in first through fifth grades. The youth class is for children in middle school and high school.
On the first Sunday of each month we have a family worship service, which is a student-friendly service. Nursery and preschool children have their regular class time.
Parking is available on the south, west, and north sides of the building. If parking in the north lot, use the east entrance.
Dress could best be described as business casual.
When you visit, fill out a connection card and turn it in at guest services, located in the lobby. Or you can contact the church by email or phone to request more information. There are various small groups that meet that provide other opportunities to get connected outside the worship time on Sundays.