Plan a Visit

Traditional

8:00 and 10:15 in the Sanctuary

Contemporary

9:00 in the Worship Center

Modern

11:15 in the Worship Center

What are services like?

All services last about 45 mins. During that time, you’ll experience dynamic worship designed to focus your heart and mind on God and His Word. The main difference between our three types of services are the styles of music. One of our ministers will dive into scripture and explore what it says, means, and how we can apply it to our lives. Each week you will have the opportunity to respond to the Holy Spirit through communion, prayer, decision, giving, and worship

What should I wear?

We’re more concerned with people’s hearts than what they are wearing. Most people dress casually for the contemporary and modern services, but wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable!  People typically dress up more for the traditional services, but feel free to come how you are comfortable. Dress up or down- we’re just glad you’re here.

What about my kids?

At this time, children and teens worship with everyone at 8:00, 9:00, 10:15, or 11:15. We have Children’s Ministry and Teen CommUNITY programs available on our YouTube channel.

Where do I go when I arrive?

When you arrive for the traditional service, park in the front parking lot. If you are planning to attend modern or contemporary, you will be directed to the back parking lot. Find a parking spot and head to the nearest entrance where our greeters will be ready to welcome you! As you come in the entrance, ushers will direct you to pick up a mask (if you did not bring your own), your individual communion cup, and help you find a seat in either our Sanctuary or Worship Center.

Can I attend if I’m _______?

No matter what your “blank” may be, you are welcome at Fairmount. So come as you are, and we’ll see you on Sunday!

How do I find out more?

We would love to connect with you through email or call 804-559-8070.  You can make appointment with a staff member or one of our Elders and speak one-on-one about the exciting things going on at Fairmount.