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Plan a Visit to Brownson Church

We know God has called you to be with us and we are so glad you are here! When stepping onto our campus, you will feel the vibrancy of a dynamic and relevant, yet traditional church.  You will hear the laughter of children; you will see friends and families moving from worship to study to fellowship; and you will find a seat in our beautiful worship space. The words of worship are fresh, though traditions are kept and run throughout our service. The most talented choir and musicians will move you. The message of the morning speaks to the experiences and concerns of every day, from the perspective of God’s will and mission in the world.

We hope your first visit to our campus will lead to many more. We hope this begins a deeper journey, not so much about meeting your needs, as about inviting you into a conversation with God.

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Where to park: Parking on our campus can easily be found on Massachusetts Avenue and in our large parking lot on Ashe Street. You can also park on the street alongside the Cornerstone Building on E. Indiana Avenue. The front circle on S. May Street is reserved for people in need of handicap parking.

What should I wear? It's not about what you wear, but about why you are here! Anything from slacks and shirts to suits and ties for men. Women typically wear anything from skirts and sweaters, slacks and jackets to dresses and suits.

What time does service start?  We worship at 9 & 11:10 AM (online at 11:10 AM). At 10 AM join us for fellowship, coffee and donuts in the Atrium at Higher Grounds with classes beginning at 10:20 AM.

Do you allow children in the main Sanctuary during worship services? Bring your children — all ages are welcome — and join us for worship. There is a nursery for children ages B-3, and Kids Corner for children 4-2nd grade. Both are found in the Education Building. Children grades 3-5 are encouraged to stay in worship.

I am not Presbyterian, will I be welcome at Brownson? Absolutely! In fact, many of our current church members were not Presbyterian when they first visited. We welcome everyone to come and enjoy our church.

I see your Sunday service times above, but how far in advance should I arrive to get my children where they need to be etc.? If it is your first time visiting Brownson, you should try to come approximately 20 minutes before the actual service starts. This will give you plenty of time to find everything you need to get acquainted with our campus.