FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Learn more about Midwest City Community Church
What are your services like?
Our services include singing, prayer, sacraments, and Bible teaching. We sing as an act of worship to God–feel free to sit, stand, or dance. This is followed by a 25 to 30 minute message and Holy Communion.
What do you have for kids?
Due to Covid we currently are not providing childcare.
Since children are an important part of the church, children of all ages are welcome in our worship service. Under normal, non-Covid, circumstances, we also provide classes/care for kids aged 6 weeks through 5th grade. For more information on Community Kids, click here.
We televise the worship service to The Commons so that parents with wiggly kids can still feel connected to the worship service if they need to step outside of the sanctuary. There is space where babies/toddlers can move around and parents can still listen to the sermon.
What about youth?
On Sunday mornings, students from 5th grade through high school join the congregation for worship. They can then attend a relevant Bible study with others their age from 11–noon. There are also Wednesday night activities. For more information about youth, click here.
What do I wear?
The clothing you’ll see worn at Community is as varied as the members of the congregation. Most people wear jeans or dressy casual attire, but we do have members who prefer the traditional “Sunday Best.” Wear what you’d like! Is not life more important than clothing? Your presence is what’s important to us. Come and join us.
Where can I park?
We have parking on 3 sides of the building with designated handicapped parking spaces.
Do you have coffee?
Under normal, non-Covid circumstances, yes. For the time being though, we aren’t providing any food or drink in the interest of the safety of our community. Feel free to bring your own!
You can see what’s happening and what’s coming up on The Church Center and explore Connection Classes here.
You can also find out more about Community by connecting with us on Facebook.