WELCOME TO TURNINGPOINT
However you found us, we are so glad you did! At TurningPoint, people from all walks of life are finding a place to be, a place to become, and a place to belong. We're not perfect and we always keep it real and authentic. The first thing to do is to come, enjoy some coffee, act like you own the place, and check us out. At TurningPoint, life just got better.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT KIND OF MUSIC DO YOU SING?
Music will always be a vital part of TurningPoint. We have several talented worship bands, each with the freedom to choose their own style of music, but our music would generally be considered "contemporary."
HOW LONG ARE YOUR SERVICES?
Our services last about an hour and 10 minutes. We do have an informal time together 15 minutes before our service to chat, eat some goodies, and drink some coffee or tea, so come a little early and join us.
Please note: Our coffee and goody time is temporarily suspended.
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
At TPC, we love kids! If you have babies through 3 years, come to the check-in area located in the church lobby. Check-in for ages 4 through 5th grade is located in the back of the church. Your child's safety is important to us, so we will ask a few questions to keep them happy and safe. After the service, only the authorized adult can pick up your child on the way out.
Please note: TPC Kids is open one Sunday of the month at this time, for children 3 years through 5th grade. Please keep your children with you in the service at all other times.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
There is no dress code here at TurningPoint. All we ask is that you wear something! Don't let your wardrobe hold you back from coming. God cares about what's going on inside of you, not your outer appearance, and we feel the same.
Please note: Face coverings are no longer required for those who are fully vaccinated.
WILL I BE ASKED TO GIVE MONEY?
As a guest, we don't ask or expect you to give during our offering time. For those of us who do consider TurningPoint our home, we cherish the opportunity to give back to God as an act of worship.