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Welcome to House of Prayer Ministries

At House of Prayer Ministries, we are first and foremost a family! We want you to feel welcome, comfortable, and at home. Here are some answers to questions you might have as a first-time visitor.

Common Questions and Concerns:

How should I dress?
There is no dress code for attendance. Some wear more traditional church clothing; others dress more casually. We welcome you to come as you are.

Where do I park when I first attend?
There is ample parking in front of the sanctuary.

Where do I go first when I attend?
Once you have parked, please follow the signs to the front entrance of the sanctuary. As you enter the sanctuary, you will find friendly members to assist you and answer any questions you might have.

What ages of people attend your services?
All ages are welcome!

What takes place in the 10:00 AM Sunday School?
We have a class for the youth and a class for the adults. The classes are from 10:00 am -10:45 am. The youth are taught a Bible lesson using a fun, interactive, hands-on approach. The adults read and discuss passages from the Bible and seek to apply Its truth to their lives.

What takes place in the 11:00 AM worship service?
A normal Sunday morning worship service will consist of prayer, singing, and a message from the Bible that is easy to understand and relevant to issues that you face in your life.

Will I be asked to give money?
As part of our Sunday service, an offering is received. Visitors are not expected to give, but you may do so if you choose.

Will I be asked to say anything publicly?
No. We want you to come and enjoy your visit! After the service, we would like to greet you and introduce ourselves. The HOPM family would love to get to know you!

I have young children. Is there a place for them?
Yes! Youth Sunday School is from 10:00-10:45 a.m. We love having our youth with us during the 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.

What kind of music do you use?
We use a mix of Gospel and Contemporary Christian Music.

How long does service last?
Our services usually last about an hour and thirty minutes.