Registration and Check-In
We love visitors and cannot wait to meet your family on Sunday mornings!
To make your visit as easy as possible, please park in the Visitor Parking. A friendly face will greet you at the door and show you to our Check-In Desk where you will complete a visitor's form, receive class locations, and given security nametags, and answer any questions you may have.
To enroll your children as a regular attendee, stop at any check-in desk and complete a registration form. Or, click here to submit one online.
Check-in and Check-out Process
Upon arrival, visit any one of our Check-in Booths located on the first and second floors of Buildings B and C. Present your key tag, or provide your badge id number or child's full name. Let the attendant know if your child will be staying for one or both services.
Security Name Badges: you will receive two stickers. On one sticker, write where you can be located during first and second hours, along with your cell phone number and place that sticker on your child’s back. The second sticker is for you to keep and present at check-out time. Babies will receive an additional sticker to place on their diaper bag.
To Check-Out your child, present your sticker to your child’s teacher. Children will not be released without the corresponding sticker or to anyone under the age of 18. Only staff and approved volunteers are allowed in secured areas, such as a classrooms and large group areas.
If you are needed during the service, we will page you using the last four numbers on your security sticker. These numbers will illuminate on the square, black monitors in the Worship Center to the left and right of the platform. If you attend an Adult Fellowship class, an usher will come alert you that you are needed.
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