We know that coming to visit a new church can be an intimidating process. You will have many questions about the church before you ever step inside the doors. This website is designed to hopefully answer some of those questions. Please feel free to contact us if you do not find the answers to your questions. We would love to have you visit, but, more importantly, we want you to find a church home where you can grow spiritually in your walk with God.
Here are a few pieces of information that you may find helpful at first glance.
Sunday School for all ages – 9:45am
Sunday Morning Worship – 11:00am
Sunday Evening Bible Study, Youth, and TeamKids – 5:00pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting – 7:00pm
Here at Pinecroft we believe that worship is an outpouring of our praise for all that God has done for us. With that being said, you will find that our worship is energetic and active. We worship in joy and praise. Many people when looking for a church also want to know the style of music. It is our belief that the style is not as important as the message, so you will find at Pinecroft our worship has many styles of music from week to week. We want our worship to focus on and to God alone. Our hope and prayer is that when you visit Pinecroft you know that you have truly worshiped our Lord, Jesus Christ!
What to Wear
Regardless of when you visit, we want you to be comfortable, and we would love for you to come just as you are. But we also know this is typically a concern for the first visit, so we wanted to at least give you an idea. As for Sunday mornings, you will see that most of our congregation will be wearing basically “business casual,” but you will see some in suits while others much more casual. On Wednesday nights and Sunday nights everyone is casual.
Childcare During Sunday Morning Worship
If you have an infant or toddler and are concerned about them during the service, we do have a nursery on the lower level. The children are taken care of by loving members of our congregation. If you do not want to leave them, feel free to bring them in the service with you.