Frequently Asked Questions

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What Can I Expect?

From the moment you arrive you'll be greeted by people who are genuinely happy to see you. Sunday services are designed to be enjoyed, and not endured, offering Bible-based messages that are engaging and relevant to people today. It's a casual and friendly environment where everyone is welcome, and everyone can belong.

When & Where Do You Meet?

Join us every Sunday at 9:45 am for our family-friendly church service, or come along to an event.

How Long Is Church?

About 90 minutes. Stay after the service to connect with friends.

Car Parking?

There is ample free off-street parking available close to the church auditorium. View our site map for a bird's eye view of the car park, or take a 360º virtual tour.

Can I Bring My Kids To Church?

As a parent, where your child/children are during Worship is your choice. We also recognize church services designed for adults are sometimes challenging for the children. We love children and want the time they spend in church to be their best.

We offer GroveKids and the nursery serves infants and toddlers, from newborn to five years of age during morning Worship.

We have designed services and experiences with various Children and Youth classes to uniquely meet their needs. We welcome your child/children to sit in the sanctuary with you and we also welcome you to take your child/children to the designated classes during worship service.

We also have a Family Room where families may view the Service together in a quiet setting.

Anything For Teens?

Yes. See GroveTeens for details.

Anything For Young Adults?

Yes. See Young Adults for details.

What Do I Wear?

We want you to feel at ease and wear whatever you're comfortable in. We usually dress Jesus casually.

How Do I Become A Member?

There Are 4 Ways To Join Pleasant Grove Church

You are ready to decide for Jesus Christ to be your Savior, forgive you of your sins, and become Lord of your life and to follow that decision with baptism.
Baptism through immersion follows salvation and symbolize Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.
Bringing a letter from a previous church; person has been baptized by immersion and is saved.
A baptized believer temporarily away from home church and in need of a place to worship and continue to grow spiritually.

What's The Music Like?

We enjoy live music as part of our worship to God. Our family-friendly morning services are modern and vibrant, but not noisy.

What Denomination Are You?

We are a blended non-denominational Christian Church. Members of our congregation come from different religious backgrounds.

As a non-denominational church no one person holds authority over or makes decisions for the congregation. Our church policy empowers the congregation to make decisions on behalf of the church.

What Do You Believe?

A statement of belief can be found on our About Us page.

When Was The Church Founded?

Founded in 1865, Pleasant Grove Church has a long and fruitful history.

How Can I Meet New People?

There are lots of ways to meet new people at Pleasant Grove. You can join a Connection Group near you, check out our Events for opportunities to get involved, or visit this Sunday and hang out after service to chat. We'd love to meet you.

Do You Offer Sunday Morning Bible Study Classes?

We offer various Bible Study classes on Sundays and Wednesdays and Connection Groups on various days of the week where you can learn more about the Bible and how it applies to your life.

Do You Offer A Wednesday Night Service?

We have Wednesday night corporate prayer followed by Bible Study Class offering an interactive learning experience with life applications. This class meets from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at the church.

Can I Volunteer?

Yes. There are plenty of opportunities to serve others and make a difference.

Who Is Jesus?

We're glad you asked. Discover Jesus.

How Often Do You Offer Communion As A Congregation?

We offer communion on the first Sunday of each month and on special occasions to all baptized believers who are ready and willing to participate.

The Bible states you must be a believer and should examine yourself before participating in communion. (1 Corinthians 11:27).

What If I Have More Questions?

All inquiries welcome. Please contact us or speak to a member of our friendly hospitality team during Sunday church services.