What can I expect if I come Sunday morning to church?
What you will find is a very casual and authentic group of people. We have two services with a “Grow hour” in between. At 8:30am we have a more traditional service which means the music will be led by a piano and organ and will be many of the hymns people grew of singing when they were younger. At 10:45am we have a contemporary service which is led by a band and the music are the types of songs you will hear on 104.3 The Pulse. The “Grow hour” from 9:30-10:30am offers opportunities for children, youth and adults to be in programs or studies that will help them grow in their faith. We would love to see you on any Sunday morning so consider yourself invited!Back to Index
What type of church is the Log Church?
The Log Church is an Evangelical Free Church could probably best be described as a “catch all” Bible focused church for people who are simply looking to know more about who God is and how He can help them in their everyday lives. Our mission is simple…to be a safe place for people to come to know, love and follow Jesus. If you have been hurt by previous church experiences, we are a safe place to come and heal. If you have questions or doubts about God, we are a safe place to come and share those questions and doubts. If life is getting more and more overwhelming for you, we are a safe place to come and get support. The Log Church has been here since 1983 and we aren’t going anywhere so consider yourself invited to come to anything we offer, anytime.Back to Index
What time should I show up?
Our traditional service starts at 8:30 and our contemporary service starts at 10:45. Come a few minutes early to grab a coffee and find your seat.Back to Index
How do I become a member?
We have an area on the website under the “resources” section of the menu that is devoted to providing you with information to help you get started.Back to Index
What Should I Wear?
Here at the Log Church, you can wear whatever you’d like to. We understand that God doesn’t care about what you wear but that you are there to worship him.Back to Index