some important info for your first visit

Our main sanctuary is closest to the portico, so after you park head there!


That is also where our Welcome Center is located!


When is your Sunday Service and how long is the service?


We start at 10:30 and usually wrap up around 11:45. If you show up early, help yourself to a cup of

coffee in the Welcome Center!


Will I get singled out?


No not at all! We have a very friendly fellowship--you will probably be greeted once or twice but don't worry, they will smile, shake your hand, and generally be nice! We do have registration cards if you’d like us to know you visited. If you take that to the welcome center after service they’ll give you a travel mug, info about VLC and Pastor Otto will probably write you a note that week.  


What should I wear?


Clothes please! We don't have any strict dress codes!


What is the service like?


We strive to have a church service that is relevant! So the music is current, and the atmosphere is laid back! We end each service with a time for each person to commit to change. We figure if people show up to church, they are open to working on things in their life.  


Do you have a separate service for elementary age?


We have a program called Young Disciples for Kindergarten to sixth grade. We love children to join us for worship! We will dismiss them for Young Disciples about halfway through the service. You can pick them up after service from our south auditorium. 

 

What if I am bringing Pre-K kids?


If you have pre-kindergarten children, we invite you to check out our nurseries! Just see our safety team member seated at the desk down the hall from the Welcome Center. All our children’s volunteers are trained to work with kids. They’ll have great crafts, lessons, and games for your kids to enjoy. Each volunteer is background checked and the nurseries are in a secure wing. If you feel comfortable with our volunteers watching them while you check out the church service, we’ll give them a name-tag with a number that matches a tag for you.