Stepping into a new church for the first time isn’t easy. When everyone else seems to know each other and to be busily going about their Sunday morning routine, even the most confident and extroverted of us can suddenly feel like a lost child. Perhaps you've never been to church before, or you've had bad experiences with organized religion. We sympathize with this and want to be a church where you can feel that you are a part of us before you ever officially belong to us. Hopefully the information below will help familiarize you with some of the tangible realities you will experience if you decide to "kick the tires."
Please park in one of the parking spaces marked “Newcomer” – they are reserved for you!Intown has several entrances, which can be confusing. If you have young children, you’ll want to come through the rear entrance with the portico – the easiest way to the nursery. If you need more information about the children's Sunday morning schedule, click here. Whichever door you enter, there should be a friendly greeter to say hello, answer your questions, and help you navigate the maze of our building. You'll notice that everyone is dressed comfortably, in anything from "office casual" to jeans and sneakers. No suit and tie required at Intown! Simply come as you are.Our worship service typically begins with music, led by our worship team, and the words are projected on a screen up front, so it’s pretty easy to follow along, even if you’ve never heard these songs before.Yes, an offering is part of our service, but if you’re new, we hope you’ll let us give to you – we don’t expect you to give money to us!We celebrate communion as part of our service every Sunday. At the end of the sermon, we invite people to come to the front and receive the bread and wine (grape juice is also available). If this is something new to you, or you don't feel that you are spiritually ready to participate, that is alright with us. We hope that you feel comfortable to simply observe the way in which we celebrate communion.Maybe the best way to get a preview of Sunday mornings at Intown is to listen to a sermon. Click here or visit the sermons page to select from a wide range of sermons.Be sure to stop by the Welcome Center (located just off the foyer) after the service for a cup of coffee, or you can grab a cup and bring it into the sanctuary. You'll find greeters in the Welcome Center who will help you learn more about Intown and ways to get connected.