Below are some common questions that those who visit us for the first time have. We hope you’ll find them helpful.  If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact Pastor Peter at

Where should I go if I want to try out Sunday School?

On Sunday mornings at Epworth, we have Sunday School for all ages beginning at 9:00 am.  If you enter the front doors closest to Hwy 72 & Epworth Drive, there will be greeters just inside who can help guide you to an appropriate class.  

How should I enter the building if I wish to attend Sunday worship?

Our worship service begins at 10:15 am.  The easiest place to enter the building is the front doors closest to Hwy 72 & Epworth Drive.  Greeters will be located just inside the front doors and can answer any questions you might have.  The sanctuary will be to your immediate right.

Do you provide a nursery for Sunday School and/or worship?

We provide a nursery during our Sunday morning programs and services in the “Butterfly Classroom”. Our greeters can help you find your way there.  We can provide nursery care for infants through those 3 years of age.

What if I have trouble hearing?

We also provide hearing aids for those who may have trouble hearing the worship service.  These are located on a table outside of the Sanctuary.  Or simply ask one of our greeters.  

What is the dress like at Epworth?

There are many who dress up to come to Sunday School and worship, but many others who wear more casual clothing as well.  Please feel free to join us however you feel most comfortable.  

If I visit, will I be expected to give an offering?

During worship, we will take up an offering and all are welcome to contribute. However, as our guests, we consider your presence with us to be an ample offering to God. 

Is your facility handicap accessible?

Yes, we are proud to have a facility that is fully accessible by wheelchair.  An ample number of handicap parking spaces are available on the first level of the parking lot.  Additionally, the front entrance, closest to those spots and Epworth Drive features a ramp for easy access.  Our facility is equipped with ramps in places and an elevator that accesses all three levels.  

How do I follow along in worship?

Before worship, you will find it useful to pick up a worship guide located outside the sanctuary.  We generally have plenty of seating, but ushers are available to help you find a seat or locate a bulletin.  Our bulletin contains the order of worship, the day’s Scripture, and announcements of upcoming church events.  


We do not permit first time guests to use the restroom.  Just kidding.  Restrooms are located on the first floor beyond the sanctuary and down the hall.  

What is your worship like?

Head on over to our worship page to find out.  

What about kids in worship?

We love kids in worship!  Children are encouraged to experience the worship service. We even have time in the service focused directly on them! During the Children’s moment, children are invited to come up to the front of the Sanctuary, where a pastor will lead them in a special time of worship.  After the children’s moment, all children ages 3 through 3rd grade are invited to join us for Children’s Church.  Children are also welcome to continue to stay in the sanctuary following the children’s minute if they would prefer.

Will there be an opportunity to talk with the pastor?

Yes, following each service, Pastor Peter is available in the gathering area outside of the Sanctuary.  We hope you’ll take the time to introduce yourself and ask any questions you might have.  If you’d like to arrange a time to talk more about the church, Pastor Peter would be happy to set an appointment with you.  

How will you know if I have visited?

During the worship service, you will have an opportunity to fill out the “Attendance and Communication” card and place it in the collection plate.    The cards are given to our office administrator for attendance, and our pastor prays for every person who fills a card out by name.  

We believe that you will find Epworth a warm and inviting place.  People will be happy to connect with you, but there will not be undue pressure to be involved in ways that exceed your comfort level.  We look forward to seeing you at Epworth!