WHAT TO EXPECT
HOW SHOULD I DRESS FOR SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES?
Dress comfortably from jeans and t-shirts to suits and dresses. Our hope is that you will be receptive to what God would have for you at MICAH.
WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE FOR SUNDAY SERVICES?
Our 10 AM Worship Service starts promptly. So, we ask for persons to arrive at least 10 minutes before services to have your temperature checked and for you to be seated. We broadcast the Sermon on Facebook Live at 11 am.
WHEN IS BIBLE STUDY HELD?
Bible study is held on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 7 PM via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 377 851 042
WHERE CAN I PARK?
The best entrance to our parking lot is at 5100 Edmondson Avenue. At the entrance you will see the MICAH sign.
There are several parking spaces reserved with orange parking cones on our parking lot. In addition, persons can park in other available parking spaces. There is also on street parking available on Edmondson Avenue.
DO I NEED TO WEAR A MASK?
We would appreciate each person wearing a mask during the worship service.
WHAT WILL I SEE AND DO WHEN I GET TO CHURCH?
MICAH is located in the Chapel/Unit 4 of the Spanish Seventh Day Adventist Church.
You will be met at the front door by our Ushers, who will welcome you with a smile. You may sit wherever you like. If you need assistance finding a seat or have any special seating needs, please ask an Usher for help. He or she will be happy to assist you.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING WORSHIP SERVICES?
Our services typically begin with the Doxology, followed by the Call to Worship, Opening Hymn, Scripture Reading, Announcements, Welcome, Sermonic Selection, The Sermon, Invitation to Discipleship, Collection of Tithes and Offerings, and Benediction. We sing traditional hymns, gospel songs, contemporary worship songs, solos and congregational singing.
Holy Communion services are held on first Sundays. Baptisms take place once a quarter on a fourth Sunday.
HOW AND WHEN ARE VISITORS RECOGNIZED?
If you are a visitor or new to MICAH, you will be asked to stand during the welcome so that you can be acknowledged and welcomed by the congregation.