We are thankful that you are considering visiting our church and worshipping with us. You will find some helpful information about the church and frequently asked questions below. If there is anything we can help you with before or after attending services, please contact us! We look forward to meeting you!
In order to fully minister to our guests and church family, we have placed connect cards in the pews (you can also ask a greeter for assistance). We ask that all guests fill one out and place it in the offering plate. For our church family, the card is there for information changes, prayer requests, and event sign-ups. All prayer requests and comments are handled with strict confidence.
Families and Children
We welcome your children to Apostles! If your children would like to participate in our Sunday morning Children's Ministry, they will be dismissed after the opening praise songs in procession to Children's Chapel. Parents are welcome to stay with their children until everyone is comfortable. The Children will be dismissed and brought back to the sanctuary in time to join their families for Communion. Parents with children in the nursery may pick their children up before Communion or leave them in place until the service has concluded.
Frequently Asked Questions
What day and time are your services?
Our worship services are held on Sunday mornings at 8:30am and 10:55am.
How long is a typical service?
Our services typically last about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
How do I get to Apostles?
We are located at the corner of Colony Boulevard and Providence Lane—3 blocks east of Morton Middle School on Tates Creek Road. We are the red brick church across the street from The Cathedral of Christ the King. Click here for a map and driving directions.
What do I do if I have questions when I get there?
We have greeters and ushers available to help you with any questions that you may have.
How do people dress at Apostles?
People come to Apostles in a wide array of attire. You will see people in anything from jeans and flip flops to suits and dresses.
What does it mean to be an Anglican Church?
Check out our Beliefs page for more information.
What is your worship style?
As an Anglican church, we meet God through biblical preaching, liturgical prayers, and weekly celebration of Communion. Our worship also combines modern songs with the great hymns of the faith. The music at the early service is led by an organ. The music at the 10:55am service is led by vocalists, guitars, piano, and other instruments such as violins.
Do you have Sunday School?
We do! At Apostles it's called Discipleship Hour. During the school year (September - May) we offer classes for Adults, Youth, and Children from 9:45am until 10:45am (in between morning services). We do not offer Discipleship Hour classes during the summer months.
What do you have for children on Sunday mornings?
During the services we have nursery care for children from birth through 3 years. Besides Discipleship Hour, we offer a children’s chapel during the second service for children ages 4 through fifth grade. The children begin in the sanctuary, are dismissed to participate in age-appropriate activities, and then return in time to celebrate the Eucharist at the end of the service.
What do you have for youth in middle school and high school on Sunday mornings?
Following Discipleship Hour the youth are invited to join in worshiping with the adults.
How do I donate flowers for the altar?
Altar flowers are placed in the church weekly in honor of or in memory of loved ones. If you would like to donate flowers to be used in the Sanctuary, please call Rebecca White (229-4397).