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When to arrive and how you get here
If it is your first visit then it is probably best to show up around 9:15 am. We have plenty of free parking for those who are driving. We even have room for your motor home, if that’s what you drive. Google Maps can give you great directions.
Riding a Motorcycle?
Our front handrail makes a great bike rack, for securing your bike with a chain. If you are on a motorcycle, just find a spot next to another person’s ride.
To store your gear, we have two small closets on either side of the front doors and another at the rear entrance. Several of us ride together, so you will probably get an invitation to join us. But, if we forget, just ask us when our next ride is scheduled. Some of us bring our wives.
Riding In On A City Bus?
Convenient bus stops are very close to our building (see http://www. omnitrans.org for current bus schedules for routes 3 & 4, both of which have stops within 2 blocks of our building).
When you arrive, you will probably be greeted at the door by one of our members who will give you some information about the church and a bulletin (we call it The Informer), and help answer any questions you may have about us.
What to wear…
This one is easy. Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable, but with some exceptions. Let us explain:
We are a pretty informal church and we accept people as they are—just as Christ accepted us. Although several of us may wear traditional dress clothes—suits and ties, or even hats on some of our women--there is no need to dress up to be someone you are not. Whether you come in a suit or tee shirt and blue jeans, we just hope you will be here with us to worship in spirit and in truth.
Got tattoos or body jewelry? Some of us will probably look at you a bit cock-eyed, but then, maybe you will be looking at our ties and polished shoes, wondering what planet we came from, too. Some of us even talk funny and a few are just odd. But, we are forgiven and we are headed for Heaven, together.
One heads-up, though: We hope you appreciate that modesty in apparel is most appropriate and we ask you to wear whatever covers up what your Mama taught you should be covered in public. If she did not teach you, cover it up anyway.
Serving the Lord Jesus Christ in spirit and truth (John 4:24), as Christians (being baptized believer), from San Bernardino, Redlands, Highland, Crestline, Twin Peaks, Riverside, Alta Loma, Grand Terrace, Rialto, Fontana, and several other communities (both incorporated and County areas)..