We know it is not easy visiting a new church for the first time. It can often feel intimidating. You may have questions like: Am I really welcome? Will the people be friendly? Will I be noticed? How should I dress? Will I know where to go? What is there for children? Will they enjoy it?
It is very important to us that you have an enjoyable, stress-free experience and feel welcomed. Hopefully below you will find the answers to all of your questions. If you have any other questions please contact us. We would be very happy to have you join us for worship this Sunday.
Our Sunday services are approximately 90 minutes in length including a time of worship through music, prayer time, and a biblical message that will both encourage and challenge you in your spiritual journey.
Service Times:
No Sunday School at this time
Sunday Service begins at 10:00am
You can park in our main parking lot, on the street or in the mall lot across the street. There are a few spots reserved for those with limited mobility by our main entrance on the North side of the building.
Come as you are – Dress ranges from jeans to dresses & suits. Feel free to dress in what is most comfortable for you.
We love to see whole families come to church. At this time we are unable to provide programs and activities for children. We do have a family Room where families are able to worship with their families around a table, giving a place for the kids to play.
The Service
At this time we require all families to pre-register every week for the Sunday morning service to insure proper seating requirements can be met. Registration closes at 12:00pm each Friday and can be done by clicking here. If you didn’t register please come anyways. We always leave some room for walk-ins and would love to have you come.
When arriving for the service you can expect to be greeted with a friendly smile and and offered hand sanitizer and a mask at the front door. From there you will walk around a waiting area and find your name and seating arrangement on a list. There will be Ushers around to help you out. After finding you name you can head into the sanctuary or the balcony. Here you will be greeted by our ushering team and offered help finding your seat.
Once you are seated you can take the time to settle in, read through the upcoming events in the bulletin, fill out a connection card, (we would love to hear from you), or visit with those around you. Your bulletin and connection card will be found in front of you in the form of a handy scan code.
Next the worship team will take the stage, give a welcome, and invite everyone to stand. If you are able and would like to stand this is your opportunity to stand and join us in singing songs of worship. At this time everyone is required to wear a mask if you choose to sing. If you are unable to stand or would rather sit that is fine too. Whatever is most comfortable for you.
Over the course of the service we generally sing 5-6 songs. If you do not know the songs feel free listen until you fell comfortable joining in. If you would like you can find some of the songs we might sing on our YouTube playlist.
After a few songs you will be directed to sit down. From here the order of events may change. At this point there may be a sharing time, baptism, prayer time, or children’s feature. 
Following the alternate worship portion of the service one of our pastors will take the stage and jump into the teaching portion of the service.
Each sermon is about 30-40 minuets in length and generally includes a reading from the Bible and teaching aimed to challenge, inform, and encourage you in your walk with Jesus. Most of our sermons are recorded and uploaded to our website. If you wish to listen to a sermon you can check out one of the past sermons.
At the Prince Albert Alliance Church, we take an offering as an act of worship for believers that call this their “Home Church.” It is not an admission fee. If you are a visitor or have not yet made the decision to follow Christ, please feel no pressure.
There will be no plate passed along, but instead boxes can be found at the exit points of the building.
On the first Sunday of the month we take part in communion. Communion is an act of remembering what Christ did for us on the cross and in His resurrection through the sharing of juice (His blood) and bread (His body). If you aren’t familiar or comfortable with the act of communion you can simply decline when you are offered the elements when you enter the building.
To aid in physical distancing we ask that you remain seated until your section number is called. This number can be found on the chair in front of you saying” You are in section #” or on the wall behind you. Once your number is called you can make you way our the door you came in.