WELCOME TO FCC NAPA
If this is your first time with us, or you are fairly new, welcome! We are so glad you have decided to spend part of your day with us. We hope you feel welcome. We would love to meet you and answer any questions you might have. Pastor Allen or another staff member will be hanging out in the Courtyard Room after the service today. Stop in and say hello!
Where do I go?
We have reserved parking just for you! Look for the Guest Parking in the East Parking Lot—the lot closest to the highway.
If you have children (babies through 5th graders), follow the orange signs to Kids at First Check-in. If you’re heading straight into service, you will easily be able to see the entrance to the Worship Center Lobby from the parking lot.
Once inside the Worship Center Lobby, feel free to grab a bulletin and a cup of Napa Valley Roasting Company coffee.
What should I expect?
Here's what to expect at one of our Sunday morning worship services:
When the service begins, we usually sing a few songs led by our worship team. Our worship in song is contemporary, upbeat and often energetic. Communion is an important part of our weekly services. We practice open communion, which means that all followers of Jesus Christ are invited to partake regardless of church background. If you are not yet ready to participate in communion, simply pass the tray. Following worship in song and communion, we usually have a few announcements and collect tithes and offerings before the pastor gives the message. After hearing the message, we often sing one more song.
Where do I take my kids?
Kids at First is our Kids Ministry. We offer activities for babies through 5th Grade. If this is your first Sunday, come to the Kids at First Lobby First-time Check-in. We'll help you:
Get a name tag
Connect your child to their group
Safety is very important to us, and all of our adult helpers are fingerprinted and have had background checks. For more info about our Kids Ministry, visit fccnapa.org/kids.
Is there anything for Middle & High School Students?
Sunday mornings, parents and their students worship together as a family. To encourage family worship, there isn't an age specific gathering for Middle and High School students. Students are encouraged to participate or serve in Sunday services in the same way an adult would.
Middle School & High School have a Sunday night gathering at 6:30-8:30 pm. More info is available at fccnapa.org/students.
What does FCC napa believe?
At First Christian Church of Napa, we exist to live in God’s grace so everyone can experience God’s love. To learn more about our beliefs and values, visit fccnapa.org/beliefs.