What can I expect at a Sunday Service?
We want you to feel comfortable and right at home. You’re invited to participate as much as you like or just sit back and take it all in. Our services usually run between an hour and fifteen minutes to an hour and a half. We invite you to join us in the Hospitality Suite following the service – we’d love to meet you over a cup of coffee and we have a free gift for you.
What is the music like?
We have a contemporary style of music during our worship time at the beginning of each service, with an occasional hymn or traditional song.
What should I wear?
We do not have a dress code; we want everyone to feel welcome regardless of what they have to wear. Casual attire is fine. We do encourage both men and women to dress modestly, meaning nothing too revealing.
Do I have to give an offering?
Visitors are not expected to give money, only to fill out a visitor card and drop it in the plate as your offering. We do believe in tithing – in fact, the church is supported by the tithes and offerings of its members. However, as the Scriptures state, we expect our church members to give freely out of their own hearts, for God loves a cheerful giver (2 Corinthians 9:6-7).
Do you have programs for my children?
We have lovingly staffed nurseries for infants and toddlers, along with great Sunday school classes from preschool through middle school. Inquire at the Welcome Center or an usher or greeter will be happy to direct you. You can read more about our Children’s Ministries here.
Who serves in the Children’s Ministries?
All of our children’s ministries are run by a mix of staff and volunteers. Each adult volunteer is an active attender and member of ICC and a baptized Believer in the Jesus Christ. All volunteers are required to undergo a screening process which includes a background check before serving in any ministry to children. We also have many teens that serve in our ministries to children. These teens are active attenders of both church and youth group and are under the care of our youth pastors.