Plan a Visit

What to Expect

“Being at LifePark has opened my eyes and heart to God in a way that I had never known before. It's helped me discover Christ in a way that is non-threatening. And Pastor Chad, by preaching in a way that is non-threatening and easy to understand, has changed my life. I am deeply grateful." - Jaime Shamis

Here's a quick overview that might help answer any questions you have about visiting on a Sunday.

Service Times: Worship services begin at 8:30 am, 10:00 am, and 11:30 am on Sunday Mornings.

When to arrive & Where to go: We suggest arriving 15 minutes before our service starts to give you ample time to get parked, drop your kids off, and grab a cup of coffee. We have plenty of parking spaces reserved for first-time visitors. We also have a driveway by our front door for easy drop-off. As you enter the campus, the Parking Team will be glad direct you to your reserved first-time visitor parking spot.You'll see parking volunteers as soon as you pull into the parking lot, and our host team at the door will take it from there to help you find your way around. If you let us know you're coming through our 'plan a visit' form, our connection center team will help you get your kids checked into their areas. When you walk through our front or back entrances, you'll find the connection center just across from 'The Well', our cafe in the center of the building.

Length of Service: Our worship services run about an hour long and include time for prayer and worship, biblical teaching, news in the life of the church, and time to respond to the teaching and worship again before the service is over.

Music: At LifePark, we are distinct in our desire to blend the best of the old with the best of the new. Our team carefully and prayerfully selects songs that glorify God and present the Gospel. We select songs that are theologically sound and stylistically diverse. On any given Sunday morning, we sing hymns of old and contemporary worship songs. There will be some colored lights and even drums, but we take very seriously the call to lead worship and celebrate God through our song and praise. There are no performances, only humble, authentic worship. We simply invite you to worship with us.

What to wear: Dress comfortably. Some people will dress formally, but others dress casually. On any given Sunday at LifePark you're likely to see khakis and polos in the same row as blue jeans and flip flops. We're less concerned with what you wear, we just want you here.

What you'll hear: One of our values is practical and sound biblical teaching and the inerrancy of God's word. Every week, we value the time you take to be at church and want to glorify God through the teaching of our Pastors. Throughout the year we study books of the bible in depth, have series focused on entry-points to faith and the Gospel, and study biblical doctrine. We provide sermon notes in the bulletin as well as notes on the screen so that you can follow along. Bring a bible with you and if you don't have one, we'd love to give you one on Sunday!

What about your kids: We have great programs for your children of all ages! From our infant care in Noah's Park to our energetic environment for elementary school kids, and even our FirstWave student program, there are great things happening on Sunday mornings for kids in every stage of life. We put a high priority on safe and secure environments for children throughout our church. We take the safety and security of your child very seriously. LifePark also has a secure check-in system for children used during all Children's Ministry activities. As you check your child into their program area, a nametag and a security sticker will be printed. You can read more about exploring the program for their age groups in the ministries section of our website.