We meet for worship Sunday mornings at 10:30am at the Wallin Funeral Chapel and Event Center. Our worship style is simple and reverent. See this page for more information, including a sample order of worship. Parking is available beside the building and in back; handicapped parking is available in front.
Following worship we have a fellowship time in the adjacent reception area, with coffee and light snacks (except for the 2nd Sunday of the month when we have a potluck meal). You are welcome to join us for the fellowship time following the service.
We also have additional fellowship opportunities at other times; see this page for more information.
What about children?
We welcome children of all ages in our worship service, as it’s a joy to see our children learning how to worship God first by observing and then by participating as they grow older. We also have nursery care available as needed: several ladies have volunteered to provide nursery assistance when needed. If you would like to use the nursery care, ask one of the greeters at the chapel door and they’ll introduce you to one of the nursery volunteers. You are also welcome to keep your young children in worship with you and take them out if they get noisy: the adjacent lobby and reception area have couches and chairs, and windows to the chapel to view the service as well as the audio available via speakers.
We close the Lord’s Day with a more informal time of singing, prayer, and teaching on Sunday evenings at 6pm (also at the Wallin funeral chapel). We start by singing some hymns, followed by a time of instruction on a particular topic or book of the Bible. We close by taking prayer requests and having a time of prayer.
What should I wear?
You’ll find people wearing everything from suits to shorts–since Whidbey Island is a vacation and camping destination, we frequently get visitors who are vacationing or camping on the island.