Our In Person Sunday services are at 9:00am & 10:30am.
We also have a Live Online Sunday Service each week at 10:30am for you and your family to participate in if you can’t make it out in person.
What to expect at our morning services?
The worship style is contemporary. We blend a variety of styles including rock and pop to create an atmosphere of celebration and meditation. Everyone worships in their own unique way — for many, that means singing and for others it means quietly reflecting on the words.
How should I dress?
We welcome you to dress comfortably and be yourself. Most people at Bay Park dress somewhat casually. Jeans are certainly fine as well as shorts during warmer weather.
What do I do when I get there?
When you walk in the front doors a friendly person will greet you and answer any questions that you might have.
What happens during the service?
You will be greeted at the auditorium door by one of our ushers. Go ahead and find a seat. Please take a moment after the service to complete a Let’s Connect Card at the Welcome Desk in the foyer and we will give you a free book. A way for us to say thanks for dropping by. The card is a way for us to learn a little bit about you. We promise that we won’t show up at your door, but we will send you a welcome email during the next week in exchange for the card.
We want you to enjoy your time with us so we encourage you to participate as much or as little as you like. You can meet a lot of new people seated around you or choose to remain anonymous at first if you prefer. We’ll give some simple instructions throughout the service to let you know when to stand or sit. During our time together we will sing, pray, read Scripture, and hear a message that is both Biblical and practical. The service usually lasts about 60-70 minutes. We would love for you to hang around for a little while after the service. Refreshments are available each week, and our people love to spend time meeting newcomers and catching up with friends.
Can I bring my children?
Of course! We welcome children of all ages at Bay Park. There is infant and toddler childcare available during the service as well as children’s classes for kids preschool to Grade 6. Normally children start off with us in the service for some worship time and are dismissed around quarter after the hour to go to their classes. For the Summer, children will go directly to their program. People at the Welcome Desk can direct you to their room.
If I drive, where can I park?
We have ample parking available at the church although the front lot can fill up very quickly. Keep driving towards the back of the building and you will usually find more spaces to park.
Children’s Program Options:
There will be a Kid’s Program for children in JK-Grade 6 offered at both services in the Children’s Education wing of the Bay Park building. Children attending the Kid’s Program will be joining their family in the service for the first 15min. During the service the children will be dismissed and the program teachers will meet the children at the back Auditorium doors where they will escort everyone as a group to their designated classroom. When families arrive for the service, please stop to check your child in and receive a number card at the table in the Foyer, which you will need in order to pick your child up from class once the service has finished.
For families with children younger then Junior Kindergarten age, we have a Nursery available for ages 6-18mths, and a Toddler Classroom (Room 103) for children 19mths- 3yrs old. Both rooms are staffed with volunteers to care for your children, and the Toddler Classroom will incorporate an age appropriate program to engage the children. Children going into these two rooms can be checked in before the service begins and parents will be given a buzzer should any significant needs arise for your child during the service.
Our Nursing Mom’s Room is available at both services should families need a changing table, a spot to nurse, or just a quieter space with their babies. A tv is set up to stream the service in this room, to ensure that nursing mothers do not have to miss out on the service as they care for their little ones.