It’s not easy visiting a new church for the first time. Many things go through your mind, “Can I find my way around? What about my children? Do I have to say anything? How should I dress? What’s the music like?” We want your visit to be an enjoyable experience that you will not soon forget. Hopefully, the information below and the Commonly Asked Questions section will set your mind at ease. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Frequently asked questions
What happens when I arrive?
As you enter the sanctuary, ushers will provide a warm hello and help you find a seat.
What should I wear?
We encourage people to dress comfortably, which could mean different things to different people. Some prefer to dress up, but others prefer to dress casually. We do not judge people based on how they dress.
Will I be asked to do or say anything publicly?
We like to acknowledge our guests, but you do not have to say anything. We want you to be comfortable and enjoy the service.
What's the worship service like?
Our service begins with prayer followed by a period of praise and singing. At Price, you will experience various kinds of music ranging from contemporary to old school gospel classics. During the service, some people may be more demonstrative as they clap and sing praises to God, while others may exhibit a more quiet praise. We strive to do what we think blesses God and brings people closer to Him. You will also hear a life changing message from the Word of God that will inspire and encourage you to live according to the Scriptures. At the very end of our service, we have a time of invitation. This time is set aside for anyone who wishes to accept Christ as his/her Savior or to unite with our church.
Can persons with special needs attend service?
At Price we welcome people from all types of backgrounds and experiences. We are more than happy to accomodate individuals who may have special needs. If there is a specific accommodation needed, please feel free to reach out to us to express your concerns. We will do our best to meet your need.