Come to a Service

We are glad you're considering a visit! Here's some helpful information.

when & WHERE WE MEET

We meet on Saturdays at 5:00pm at Pleasant Hill Community Church on Geneva Road (26W401 Geneva Rd., Wheaton, IL 60187).

 

Parking and Entrance

Parking is in the lot, located in back. Just off the parking lot, you’ll see the large awning over the back entrance. Or if you need handicap parking, please feel free to use the drop-off circle right in front, and come in the front door, which will save you steps. 

As you walk in either door, you'll find info about the church, and someone who can guide you. 


WHAT TO EXPECT

Dress is casual (though clergy and Communion ministers wear robes, a practice from the ancient church).

Worship at Savior combines the friendly informality you might expect from a church that meets on Saturday evening, with the grace and beauty of Christian prayers and practices that date back hundreds of years (from the Book of Common Prayer). 

Our music is eclectic. On any given week, we may sing classic hymns, contemporary worship music, gospel songs, spirituals, global worship songs, Taize, and original compositions from folks within our family of churches. 

Services usually last 90 minutes.

We won't single you out, but we'd love to meet you!


CHILDREN & YOUTH

At Savior we seek to help young people worship God by encountering God's story through song, Scripture and time alone with God. 

  • Nursery: We offer nursery for babies and toddlers up through age 3-1/2. Or you are always welcome to keep your child with you in worship. 
  • Children's Worship: During the opening songs, a leader carrying a banner guides children to their worship rooms. We have two Children's Worship rooms; one for younger children, starting at age 4; and one for older children, which goes up through 5th grade. 
  • Youth: We also have a worship room for youth in 6th through 12th grade.

Note: Children and youth return to share Communion with their families.

If you have any other questions, about visiting or otherwise, please click on our names below.

Blessings--

Kevin & Karen Miller, Rectors