What to Expect

What to Expect

Sundays at Midway

What is the Worship Service like?

Our service is a traditional, reformed time of worship. We begin with a call to worship from Scripture and conclude with a benediction. We sing hymns and have a pastoral prayer. The sermon lasts about 30 minutes with the whole service lasting about an hour.

For a more detailed guide to our worship, see our Worship 101 page.

What About My Kids?

Nursery We have a warm and well-staffed nursery for newborns to 3-year old children. Care of children four years of age (before September 1 of the year) and older is provided by the Children’s Ministry through their educational programs. For more information, check out the Nursery.

Children  Just before the sermon, Children K4-1st grade are dismissed from the worship service to attend Children’s Church for an age-appropriate Bible lesson.  During the Sunday school hour, children K4-5th grade gather together for a time of singing, fellowship, and prayer before they are dismissed to their Sunday school classes. For more information, check out Children’s Ministry.

Students Grades 6–12 are invited to worship with their families at 11 AM and to attend the middle school (grades 6–8) or high school (grades 9–12) Sunday School at 9:45. For more information, check out Student Ministry.

What Do I Wear?

You are welcome to come dressed how you are comfortable. Most dress business casual.

Where do I go once I get to Midway on Sunday?

There are two main entrances: the wooden front doors and the downstairs nursery entrance.

From the front doors

We have visitor parking marked off across from the main entrance. As you enter the Narthex through the front doors, you’ll be welcomed by our greeters who will be happy to point you in the right direction.

Overhead of the Nursery entrance

We also have greeters stationed at the Nursery entrance who will direct you to the appropriate check-in station for your children and give you directions.

Midway During the Week

There are Bible studies or other ministry and service opportunities all week long. Our main discipleship and fellowship opportunity is Wednesday night church. Beginning at 6:30 PM we have Bible studies and programs for adults, children, youth.

Where do I go once I get to Midway on Wednesday?

Our Fellowship Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. The best place to park is in the rear parking lot (around the gym) and to come in through the glass doors at the church office.

Bible study begins at 6:30 p.m. and meets in the 1987 Sanctuary.

Doors to the Fellowship Hall
Rear Entrance

If you are bringing nursery or elementary age children, you may want to come through the downstairs nursery entrance. Student ministry also meets downstairs.

Are there Bible Studies?

Most days of the week have a Bible Study to offer. See our Bible Study page for the complete list. Our main mid-week Bible Study is Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m in the 1987 Sanctuary.

We also have a Tuesday morning Ladies Bible study at 10 AM in the Fellowship Hall and a Thursday Men’s Bible Study at 12 PM in the Harvester class room. For all other weekly events, see our Weekly Schedule.

How Do I Connect?

We look forward to seeing you and would love the chance to meet you! Our pastors and greeters always look to welcome visitors at the close of the worship service.

If you would like to reach out before your visit and let us know you are coming, we will be looking out for you. You can contact Pastor David Hall at david.hall@midwaypca.org to plan a visit if you want more information or contact the church office directly.