What are your service times?
Our worship services take place at 9 am and 11 am Sundays at 1289 E. Main St., Bradford. At 11 am Sundays, our online services air on Facebook and YouTube. Services last for about an hour.
Where do I park?
Our top parking, just off East Main Street, is reserved for the handicapped and elderly. As you turn on to Tuna Cross Road, to go behind the church, there are two parking lots: a middle and lower lot. Newcomers are encouraged to park in the middle lot. Regular attendees are encouraged to park in the lower lot.
I don’t have transportation to church. How can I attend?
We have a bus that picks up and drops off people at select locations for the 11 am Sunday service. Times and pick up locations include the following: 10:30 am, Barbour St. near the public housing across from the VFW -10:35 am, Marilyn Horne Hall across from Veterans Square -10:40 am, Tops entrance, East Main St. -10:45 am, Togis, East Main St.
What should I wear?
We are a “come as you are” church, so you will find most people dressed casually (jeans, T-shirt, etc.), but some dress up. Dress comfortably.
What are the people like?
We are a warm, friendly people who are excited about all God is doing in our lives and look forward to meeting people like you! You can expect to be greeted by many people from the church. We are not stuffy or religious. We come from all backgrounds and life experiences, so no matter who you are, where you’ve been, or what you’ve done, you are welcome, loved, and wanted by Jesus and our goal is to communicate that message in word and deed.
What’s the environment like?
Very casual, upbeat, and happening. In fact, we provide engaging music and an inspirational message each Sunday in person and online.
What do I do with my children?
Children's Ministry takes place at 9 am and 11 am. Bible Adventures is for children 0 to 3 years old. Next Generation is for ages 4 to 11. Activities include a Bible lesson, prayer journals and more. A nursing mother’s room is also available.
Is there anything for my teenager?
We believe that teenagers need to mature by being around adults and learning to participate and contribute in adult activities, so during church service they are a regular participant. We have teens playing in the band and running the computers. We also recognize teens need their own time, so students in 6th through 12th grades meet Sundays at 6 pm.
What do you teach or believe?
We believe the Bible as God’s Word. We talk about what the Bible says about practical everyday life issues that we all face, both the good times and the struggles, and how we can do things God’s way to get God’s results in every situation. We are also part of the Free Methodist Church-USA denomination.