What to Expect

Here are some things we thought you'd like to know before visiting Beacon. We hope to see you soon!

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Preaching Style

Our primary preaching style is expositional, which means that we typically study verse by verse through an entire section or book of the Bible. Most who attend bring their Bible. If you need a copy of the scriptures, just ask one of our ushers when you arrive.

Music

Our music style is a blend of timeless hymns of the faith as well as contemporary hymns and praise songs. If you aren't familiar with any song, no worries, - we project the lyrics onto the wall so you can sing along.

What to Wear

Dress at Beacon varies. Some wear suits, most wear business casual, but some come in jeans. Wear what is most comfortable for you.

Accessibility

If you have limited mobility, no worries, you can access both floors of our building by the elevator. The elevator entrance is the second sidewalk on your right as you pull up to the building. There is also a wheelchair ramp entrance/exit for the bottom floor. To access the wheelchair ramp stop at the third sidewalk on your right. The bathrooms on the main level are handicap accessible.

Hearing Impaired

If you’re having trouble hearing, just let one of our ushers know and we’ll get you a wireless receiver that will boost the audio signal so that you can hear the service clearly.

BEACON KIDZ

We love to have kids join the service, but also offer children’s church for grades K - 5 in the chapel. Kids remain with their parents during the first 30 minutes of worship and are dismissed to children’s church before the message.

Babies and toddlers can be dropped off downstairs before
the service where they are cared for by screened volunteers.

Meet Our Elders

Matt Watkins

Elder

Victor Watkins

Elder

Joseph DePuy

Lay Elder

Aaron Holt

Elder Intern

Bob Swayne

Elder Candidate

Frank Sciortino

Elder Candidate

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