What to Expect

Most first-timers want to know what happens at our church on a typical Sunday morning. What’s your “worship style?” Will you let me be a “low key” guest? What do you do for the kids?

Our ultimate desire is for you to feel at home, to be inspired and uplifted by the worship, and to leave feeling even more equipped to be what God has called you to be. Here’s an idea of what you’ll find at First Fulshear…

While labels never tell the whole story, if we named our style of worship we’d probably call it “convergent.” We bring together the best of the ancient and modern worship practices of the church into the different parts of our services, whether it’s celebrating the sacraments of Holy Communion and Baptism, proclaiming the Apostle’s Creed, or singing a familiar Wesleyan hymn or contemporary Christian song.

We don’t have a dress code but you might want to dress like you would for work or school. Most of our folks come casually dressed — slacks, jeans, dresses or long pants.

Can I Be "Low Key?"

Of course! We don’t ask you to wear a visitor’s name tag and we won’t call you out publicly or otherwise put you on the spot. We will, however, greet you warmly, ask if we can help with the kids, lead you to the coffee and donuts, and show you a good place to sit for the service. We’ll gladly answer any questions you have about First Fulshear and we’ll help you find your way around the campus.

We will ask you (just as we do with our members and regular attenders) to complete a Connect Card, a simple form included in the worship guide. It lets us know you were here, provides us your basic contact information, and helps you tell us about any information you may want about First Fulshear, including prayer requests. We promise not to use your info to stalk you, spam your mailbox, or solicit donations. We only use it to send you a follow-up welcome email, gift, and information about future events at the church. You can opt out of our email list at any time.

What do you have for the kids?
Our Children’s Ministry team is ready to make Sunday mornings a time your kids will look forward to. Childcare is provided during each service for infants to age 2. At 9:00 am & 11:00 am children from age 3 to 5th grade will gather in their age appropriate worship spaces to sing, hear a Bible lesson, play games, and celebrate Jesus’ love for them. At 10:30am the kids are encouraged to come learn about Jesus, have fun with Bible-teaching crafts, and explore important life lessons

All of our Children’s Ministry staff and volunteers are regularly trained to follow Safe Sanctuary protocols and requirements whenever serving children in our care.

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