Sunday Mornings at Piedmont Community Church

In-Person Worship is 10am Only.

When you arrive on a Sunday morning service, you may be greeted in the Courtyard by one of the members of our Welcoming Team. There is also a Welcoming Table, where you can get answers to questions you may have about the service or the church and pick up one of our colorful bags that contain all sorts of information about Piedmont Community Church, including our latest newsletter and a CD copy of a recent sermon.

The Welcoming Team is eager to answer your questions, introduce you to others, and offer you the opportunity to be added to our mailing list, sign up for events, or be contacted by one of our pastors.

Following the Sunday morning services, join us in the Courtyard or, on colder days, in the Clara Barton room (adjacent to the sanctuary) for coffee and tea, food and fellowship.

If you miss a sermon, click here for podcasts of all of our sermons.

Click Here for a Map of the church grounds

Directions and Parking –  There are a few parking spaces reserved for those with special physical needs located in the Staff Parking lot located behind the church, off of Craig Avenue. For information about parking and for directions to the church: Click Here

What to Wear – for Sunday morning services, come as you are. Members of the congregation dress in all styles from jeans to business suits.

Children and Youth Sunday Programs – For the Sunday 10:30 am service, childcare and Sunday School are available for children of all ages in the Christian Education (CE) Building, adjacent to the main church building.  It can be reached by walking through the breezeway leading from the courtyard to the parking lot. Follow the signs posted on the church walls, or ask someone at the Welcoming Team table or other member to point you to the building. Either a Welcomer or our Children’s Ministry Director, Leslie Quantz, will be there to assist. You do not have to formally register your child(ren) as a Visitor, but you must sign them in and out of the Nursery and classrooms.