frequently asked questions

What times are your services?

Our main Sunday services are at 8:30 and 11:00 AM. See the Schedule & Directions page for a full weekly schedule, or check out our Calendar to see all that is going on. 

What are the services like? 

Our 8:30 service is considered traditional with music consisting mainly of hymns led from a piano. The 11:00 service has more of a variety of musical style consisting of traditional and contemporary hymns and contemporary worship songs led by a praise band, praise team, choir, and small orchestra. Both services hear the same message each week and conclude with a time of worship through the giving of tithes & offerings. 

Where should I park? 

Guest parking is located just to the left of the sanctuary coming in the main entrance along Macon Road, but feel free to park where you would like. 

What should I wear? 

We want you to feel as comfortable as possible, although you may feel out of place in pajamas and slippers! Most people dress casually, but some wear their "Sunday best" and some wear jeans and a t-shirt. 

Where should I go if I have kids? 

The Children's Place just to the left of the sanctuary is our place for children from birth to 6th grade. Someone will be there to make sure you and your children find the right place to go. Teenagers meet for Sunday School in the RecNet- the gymnasium behind the children's building. We all meet together in the sanctuary for our main services, with extended care offered for young children every Sunday and children's worship on select Sundays throughout the year. 

Where do I go for Sunday School? 

Adult classes are spread throughout the campus. Check out our Sunday School page to see the latest map of classrooms. There are also several senior adult classes that have ground-level access. Children's classes are in The Children's Place and teenagers meet in the RecNet- the gymnasium behind the children's building. College age students meet in the small house on the northeast corner of the property. 

What types of people go to your church? 

No matter who you are, you are welcome here! You'll find people from all walks of life here at Fisherville and most definitely of all ages. There are many that have grown up in the community and some families have been attending here for multiple generations. There are also plenty of people that are newer to the area. Most of our congregation comes from the Fisherville & Eads community, Fayette County, Collierville, Arlington, and Cordova.