What to Expect on a Sunday Morning

sundaySunday morning worship at Deep Run East is a time of joyful singing, heartfelt worship, prayer, and meaningful messages from scripture. People of all ages, from children to senior adults, take a part in gathered worship. A typical service might include a mixture of hymns and contemporary praise music, a time of sharing where we are free to share both praises and prayer requests together, a short children’s story, special music, and a sermon. There is also time in the service that is set aside to receive tithes and offerings from the congregation. As a guest, please feel no obligation to participate in this part of worship but if you are comfortable doing so, we would appreciate it if you were to fill out a welcome card in the holder on the pew back and place it in the offering basket.

The Sunday morning service begins at 9:00 am, and is generally 60-75 minutes in length. Attire varies widely – from jeans and sneakers to suits and dresses. Please come as you are.

As you enter the sanctuary, you will be warmly welcomed by our greeters, who can answer any questions that you might have.

An usher will hand you the worship bulletin that includes the service outline, announcements, and other helpful information. If you would like, you can ask an usher to help you find a seat, or you are more than welcome to find a seat on your own.



Childcare is available during the service for children. During worship services child care is available for children two years of age and younger. Greeters will be able to direct you to the nursery area, located next to the Fellowship Hall.

Coffee and Tea

After the worship service, you are invited to join us for coffee or tea, located in the Fellowship Hall Foyer.

Sunday School Hour

Following the worship service a variety of classes, provided for all age groups, meet for a time of conversation and learning together in rooms throughout the church. Click the links for more information about Sunday school for children, junior high students, high school students, and adults.