Sully First Reformed Church

Frequently Asked Questions


When are your weekend services?
On Sunday mornings we have a service at 9:30 am in our sanctuary.  On Sunday evening at 6:00 pm we have a worship service.
What is worship like?
At the 9:30 am service, worship is a blend of traditional and contemporary music, using praise choruses and hymns. Sometimes there is a full band while other times just the piano or organ are used.
The 6:00 pm service is a traditional service.
All services experience the same Biblical messages during a teaching time. These teachings are most often part of a larger message series given by Pastor Wayne Sneller. 
What should I wear?
Anything that makes you comfortable!  You'll see everything from dresses and ties to jeans and t-shirts.
How will I know where to go?
There are greeters to welcome you at each door on Sunday mornings.  They would be happy to answer your questions and direct you to the right place.  Another great resource are our ushers who can provide information or offer any help you need.  Signs are also placed around the church to point you in the right direction.  
What is there for my children?
The nursery is available during every Sunday morning service for children 0-2.  Children's Worship has opportunities for children from age 3 to 1st Grade during the morning worship service.  Prior to the offertorial prayer, children are dismissed.  
After the morning worship service, Sunday School classes are available in the basement for children ages 3 through 4th Grade..  
What about my older children in junior high and high school?
Student Ministry at Sully First includes offerings for both middle and high school students.
* Sunday School classes are held every Sunday morning after the worship service.
   - 5th thru 8th Grade meet in "The Lighthouse" above the wing.
   - 9th thru 12th Grade meet in the upstairs area above the sanctuary.  
* Impact, our middle school ministry for kids in grade 6-8, meets for large group worship and teaching on Sunday evenings.  
* Faithwalkers, our high school ministry for large group teaching and worship time.  They meet each Sunday evening except for the last Sunday of each month.
* BIG (Believers In God) is a community wide high school ministry involving youth from the area churches.  They meet at the Sully Christian School the last Sunday of the month.