When you visit a new church for the first time, it can definitely be pretty intimidating. We don’t want intimidation to be part of your visit. You may have questions like, what will it be like? What time does it start? What should I wear? What programs are available for my children? We hope that this page can answer some of your questions. If you have more questions, or just want something explained a little more, please feel free to click on our contact page and send us an email!

VT is a loving and welcoming church. You will be greeted by smiling faces as soon as you walk in the front door. The people here come from all walks of life and we all love our church! We can promise you that you will enjoy your time, and the people, during your visit with us at VT.

●When are our services?

Click here to view our service schedule.

●Do I need to arrive early?

Well, you may want to come about 10 or 15 minutes early. I’m sure our staff will love to meet you and find out more about you. If you have children and they would like to attend Sunday School, we will assist you in getting them to the correct classroom on Sunday Morning.

●What should I wear?

You will see some people dressed in their “Sunday best” while others will be dressed more casual. Typically you will observe that apparel is much more casual on Wednesday evenings. Feel free to come as you are!

●What’s available for my kids?

On Sunday mornings we offer Sunday School. After Sunday School, we have Childrens Church where the children will remain until the service ends.

We also have a nursery available for mothers with infants.

●What will the service be like?

You can expect a service filled with teaching, preaching, prayer, worship, and even humor. We are passionate in our worship and praise. We have great music that goes along with our worship services. Lyrics for all of our songs will be projected onto a screen for easy viewing. Feel free to sing along! Each preaching/teaching lesson will be accompanied with lessons from the Bible to both encourage and strengthen your daily walk with Christ.