What Times Do The Gatherings Start On Sunday Mornings?
9 am & 11 am (with full children’s program from Nursery through 5th Grade during the second gathering)
How Long Are The Gatherings?
Our gatherings generally usually last an hour and fifteen minutes.
What Is The Atmosphere Like?
When you first visit Homeport we want you think of home, not cathedral. We have designed our building with the feel of entering someone’s home. We realize that coming to a new place can be a bit intimidating, so we try to create an environment that is friendly and inviting.
As you enter the building you will be greeted and given a program for the day and then you can grab some coffee or tea on your way into the auditorium. If you are a first time guest, you will receive a complimentary coffee mug with information about getting connected at Homeport.
The auditorium is located down either of the hallways in the building and is filled with rows of chairs as well as round tables at which you may sit and place your refreshments. We invite you to find a seat wherever you are most comfortable.
What Should I Wear?
We want you to be comfortable so dress however you want! Some wear jeans and a t-shirt, others slacks and a button down or a dress.
What Does Homeport Provide For Children?
Homeport seeks to provide a safe and nurturing childcare for infants, toddlers and preschoolers during service, while elementary kids enjoy worship, skits and have tons of fun learning about God.
The Infant & Toddler room (ages 6 weeks – 2 yrs old) is located to the right when you walk into the lobby of our main building. The Pre-School room (ages 3-5 yrs old) is located to the right when you walk into the lobby of our main building.
For all children K – 5th grade and is located in the modular building behind our main building. Please take your children back to the modular before the gathering starts (doors open at 10:15am) to get them signed in.
You can learn more about our Children’s Ministry and our safe kidz check in procedures here.
What Is The Gathering Like?
We strongly believe in experiential worship which simply put means we want to engage all of our senses in worship. So there will be elements that reach out to the sight, sound, touch, taste and smell in our worship gatherings. Some of these elements include singing, praying, taking bread and juice to remember Jesus, and listening to a message. Feel free to participate in a way that is comfortable to you.
We can’t wait to see you soon!