What are your services like?
At Skyline we have two worship services each Sunday. Our 8:30am service is liturgical (traditional), but still very laid-back. We typically have about 15-20 people in this service, and we meet in our chapel downstairs. You can expect to sing a few hymns and to take communion each week.
Our 10:25am service is contemporary (modern), and we meet in the sanctuary upstairs. On any given Sunday morning we worship alongside 75-100 people at this service. You can expect to sing more modern worship songs, and to have communion once a month.
What options do you have for children?
During our 8:30am and 10:25am services, we worship alongside Skyline’s children. In the sanctuary there is a shelf of activities for children to use during the service. Nursery is available at 9:15am and through the 10:25am service for the youngest in our community.
During our Education Hour at 9:30am, children are welcome to join Discovery Kids (K-5th grade) or Discovery Youth (6-12th grade).
What should I wear?
Some people feel most comfortable wearing a shirt and a tie, and they are welcome to worship here. Others feel most with gym shorts and a t-shirt, and we love to have them too! Come in whatever is most comfortable for you!
Where should I park?
Our lower lot leads to our Education Hallway, Fellowship Hall, and the Chapel. It is the main entrance for the 8:30am service, and the 9:30am Sunday School and Fellowship hour. We encourage our regular Skyliners to park in this lot in order to leave more space in the smaller upper lot for visitors.
Both parking lots have wheelchair accessible entrances to the building. The accessible entrance for the upper lot is to the left of the office (when looking at the building).
How can I get involved at Skyline?
Check out our Involvement Center in the lobby outside the sanctuary to see everything that we’ve got going on at Skyline. Also check out the Calendar page to see what’s going on.