What To Expect
First time at Landmark?
Don’t want to go alone?
Or maybe you’ve been a few times but you’d like to ask a few questions, tour the property, or connect with some staff and leaders?
Frequently Asked Questions
What makes Landmark different from other churches I’ve attended?
What should I wear?
Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable. Many people wear casual clothes but if you would like to wear a suit and tie, that’s ok, too.
Where is the main entrance?
Simply look for the welcome flag(s).
What can I expect when I walk in the door?
Will I be expected to donate money if I attend a service?
What musical worship “style” should I expect?
In our weekly services, you’ll experience a variety of songs and instruments. All of our songs are carefully chosen; we want the best of the best. Songs from church history: the most biblically accurate hymns of our faith. Songs from today: the most theologically sound and musically interesting offerings… not chosen because they’re the most popular, but because they teach solid scriptural truth. Our musical worship attempts to be Christ-Centered and not entertainment driven with the goal of glorifying God while edifying and educating the believer and testifying to those who don’t know Him.
What happens during a typical worship service?
Most services open with two or three songs that reflect God’s glory, our sinfulness and His redemption. This is followed by the sermon and communion and includes two or three more songs to reflect our Savior’s sacrifice and our mission. We end our time together with some encouraging thoughts as we’re dismissed to serve the Lord in the coming week.
Will I be put on the spot during any of the services?
Absolutely not! We will not embarrass you by asking you to stand and address the congregation. Our ushers are likely to direct you towards our pastors, so you can meet them.
I have young children…. What about them?
We believe it’s important for families to worship together, but we understand this can be challenging at times. If you ask our ushers, they can tell you about our family suites and other helpful resources. Our congregation has grown accustomed to the presence of children in the service. We want them to feel free to participate and know they belong.