CONSIDERING A VISIT?
WHAT TO EXPECT
In the spirit of 1 Corinthians 14:40, our services are "done decently and in order." We start promptly at the appointed time and our services major on the singing of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs; public scripture reading; and Bible preaching or teaching. To learn more details of what to expect at each weekly service, read the section below titled "Our Services."
WHERE TO PARK
We have two parking lots. The lower lot (5709 North Broadway Street) offers limited spaces, but it is flat and ideal for the handicapped and elderly. This entrance will bring you in on the lower level and an elevator is available to take you up to the sanctuary. The upper lot (5710 Madonna Circle) offers more availability, but is hilly. This entrance will bring you in on the main level in the lobby.
WHAT TO WEAR
We do not want a style or expense of dress to keep you from visiting with us; however, we also think it is helpful to visitors to know ahead of time that the members of the church strive to dress in a modest and conservative fashion. Rest assured, should you visit with us, our focus will not be on what you are wearing, but on what you are receiving from the Lord during your time at Antioch.
Sundays at 10 a.m.
Journey story by story through the Bible, but in divided and age-appropriate classes. Each week, the various classes study the same lesson, but on the appropriate level for their age group. This allows for family discussion and helps the parents be sure that their children are learning and growing.
Sundays at 11 a.m.
On Sunday mornings, we journey verse-by-verse through the Psalms. Each week, we find practical and doctrinal help from the book of the Bible often considered to be the greatest songbook ever written. Join us as we examine the lives of those who endured great trials and troubles, yet enjoyed a greater walk with the Lord as a result. After the morning service, many of our congregants stay at church and eat lunch together.
Sundays at 2 p.m.
On Sunday afternoons, we take a verse-by-verse look at the book of Revelation. This book of the Bible is predominately prophetic, meaning that it foretells the future. As such, weekly, we uncover truths concerning the coming time of trouble on earth for the unsaved and the future time of bliss in heaven for those who are saved. After the preaching/teaching is complete, we share in a short missionary report and allow our children to recite Bible passages memorized during the course of the week.
Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Wednesday evenings offer a combination of Bible study and prayer meeting. On this night, we look into the life of one Bible character and discover character traits and behaviour patterns from which we can glean in order to improve our walk with the Lord. The sermons are typically shorter as to allow for the children to recite Bible passages memorized during the course of the week as well as allowing for time to pray as a congregation.