What to Expect

If you’re considering visiting Beltway Park for the first time, you may have some questions about where to go and what to expect. We want to be available to help you feel comfortable every step of the way. To help you get a feel for things, let us walk you through a typical Sunday morning or Thursday evening service.

First of all, don’t feel obligated to wear your “Sunday clothes.” Wear what is comfortable for you. Most people dress casually at Beltway Park. You will see all ranges of dress, from shorts and a t-shirt to business pants with a collared shirt.

 


Come on in! Someone will warmly welcome you with a smile!

 


If you need directions or help, please visit the Guest Services Desk at either campus and our serve team will point you in the right direction.

 

Join us in worship! Feel free to sit wherever you like. You don’t need to worry about taking anybody’s usual seat. We have reserved handicap accessible seating at both campuses. We also offer reserved seating with interpretation for the hearing impaired during the 2nd service at the South Campus.

 

During the service, you can expect uplifting music with a modern feel, a relaxed atmosphere, and an encouraging message from the Bible.

 

At some point an offering will be taken, but there is no need for you to worry about this as our guest. All we ask is that you fill out one of our communication cards which you will find in the chair-back in front of you and take it to a member of the Guest Services team in your campus foyer. When you turn it in, you’ll receive a free gift from us!

If you enjoy your visit and would like to dig a little deeper afterward, we would encourage you to check out our Groups. We believe that the best stuff of Beltway Park doesn’t happen inside the building on Sunday mornings, but in the homes of our people during the week as we live life together.

More about Groups