Sunday School begins at 9:00a.m.
Sunday Worship Service begins at 10:30a.m.
Wednesday Evening Service begins at 6:45p.m.
How should I dress when I come to Open Door?
Dress in comfortable attire, no special church attire required!
Where do I park and what entrance should I use while visiting Open Door Baptist Church?
Visitors are invited to park in the front parking lot and enter through the center front doors. (If the front lot is full, more parking and an additional center entrance is available in the back.)
How will I know where to go once I enter the building?
Greeters and ushers are stationed throughout the building to assist you at any time.
What about my children?
We provide safe and caring childcare for infants and toddlers in our clean and well-staffed nursery. On Sunday mornings, pre-school classes are available for children ages 3-5. A full Children's Church service is available for K-6th (this age group meets in auditorium first and then is dismissed collectively to their own service.). On Wednesday evenings we offer Awana Ministries for elementary age children and nursery care for younger children. See the Youth Ministry page for pre-teens and teens.
What kind of music do you have at Open Door?
At Open Door we believe that a variety of styles of music is the key to effective worship. From lively praise teams to a traditional choir, we strive to offer quality music that will assist you in entering into a time of worship with our Lord. Words to the songs are projected onto two screens on each side of the auditorium for your convenience. .
How long do your services last?
Our services begin promptly at 10:30 and usually last for a little over an hour. The service in a simple format that includes worship time, a Bible-based and currently relevant message from our pastor, and wraps up with a congregational song and prayer.
Will I be singled out as a visitor or asked to participate in any way in the service?
No. You are welcome to come and enjoy the service in as much anonymity as you want. You will not be singled out or embarrassed.