Our Facility



Our building is equipped with a full-sized commercial elevator and a ground level entrance opening to a circular drive with handicapped parking. Handicapped accessible rest rooms can be found on the main floor and lower level. Wheel chair space is provided in the sanctuary, along with a ramp leading to the chancel platform.



We are blessed with a beautiful sanctuary, magnificent stained glass windows, and a large pipe organ. Our sound system with electronically controlled large sanctuary screens and computerized video projection system provides for a wide range of multimedia presentations.  Assisted listening devices are available for the hearing impaired at the first service on Sundays and a live radio broadcast of the service on KNIA/KRLS 1320 AM.  A fully-equipped nursery is located just off the sanctuary.  Indoor and outdoor play areas are available for young children and a recreation room with pool, ping pong, TV lounge area, etc. for teenagers and adults.  Our library provides meeting space, reference materials, and an area to study and research God’s word.  The chapel, seating 50+, serves as the location for Saturday evening services and other special services.

The expanded entryway allows space for a time of fellowship while enjoying coffee and rolls following worship services, and this area also accommodates receiving lines at special events. Renovated rooms on our lower level provide comfortable, bright space for small groups, Sunday school classes, circle meetings, community activities, etc.  The handicapped accessible education wing along with the other church facilities are home to our Montgomery St. Preschool during the week. 

The basement level with moveable walls provides space for multiple uses of the facility.   Two large meeting rooms with moveable walls and numerous small rooms will accommodate most any size group.  Two modern kitchen areas join in West Fellowship Hall are ideal for snacks and hosting of dinners and special activities.   Visiting missionaries, speakers, meetings and community organizations keep the area busy.

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