At West Division Street, we make sure the first face you see has a smile on it! Whether you need childcare or are looking for a place for your teens, a greeter will be nearby to help you get where you need to go.

Great "up close" parking.

Look for the special guest parking signs in the north parking lot next to Division Street.

A friendly welcome - great people!

The first thing you will see when you enter the front door is "D" STREET CAFE, where you are welcome to a fresh cup of coffee. From there our greeters and others will direct you to child care, your Adult Bible Fellowship, or the auditorium.

A relaxed atmosphere.

We want you to dress in a way that makes you comfortable. Some of our folks will wear jeans, some business casual, and you will even see a few suits! Please make yourself at home. We're more concerned with meeting your real needs than with what you wear. Whatever it is. . .you will fit right in. And you don't need to worry about the offering. The offering is for our members, and as our guest you need not feel any obligation.  

Interesting and appropriate teaching.

We believe the Bible is the most important book in history. We believe it is true in its entirety and that it is God's instruction book for life. We work hard to make our Bible lessons and messages easy to understand and challenging for our day to day lives. Our hope is that what you learn on the weekend, you'll be able to use during the week. Our joy is to connect you to the personal hope and practical help that only God can give.

"Simple" Church.

West Division Street (we call ourselves "Streeters") is a simple church with a simple promise. We believe and preach God's Word. We love to come together to celebrate Christ and to learn and worship together each week. We're not perfect, but we are a family committed to growing in the Lord and serving one another and our community. Whether you are new to church or a long time believer, we would love to have you come and worship with us.

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