Common Questions Asked by Visitors
What time is your worship service?
Every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
What do people wear?
Journey South Bay church is casual.
If I visit, will I be asked to stand or identify myself as a visitor?
No. If you would like to fill out a contact card or prayer request, you will find one in the worship folder.
How long is service?
Each service is 1 hour and 15 minutes. This time includes worship music, singing, and a down-to-earth Bible-based sermon. You are also cordially invited to stay for fellowship and refreshments in our courtyard area following the service.
Is your church accessible for people with disabilities?
Yes. We are also wheel chair friendly. All people are welcome!
Do you have classes for children and youth?
Our children’s program is an important part of Journey South Bay.
Nursery through 6th grade
1st Service - Sunday school classes begin at 9:00 a.m. (Check-in starts 15 minutes before class.)
2nd Service - Kid's Club classes begin at 10:45 a.m. (Check-in starts 15 minutes before class.)
Junior High (Grades 7-8)
Gathers on Fridays at church from 6:30 -8:30 p.m.
High School Students (Grades 9-12)
Gathers on Sundays at church from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Do you have a program for children affected by autism?
Yes. We have a program through Autism Family Care for families with children affected with autism. Many families with children affected by autism are uncomfortable with going to church in fear of having to deal with stares and unsolicited comments. Every Sunday we invite parents to come hear the word of God in an inviting atmosphere as their children affected with autism are cared for in our Sunday program called Friends of Angels.
Our Friends of Angels Sunday Program starts at 9:00 a.m. every Sunday mornings. The class is designed to provide loving care, activities and Bible teaching for children with autism. The class is staffed with one autism specialist and several trained volunteers. Activities and teaching are tailored to meet the needs of individual children.
In addition to our Friends of Angels Sunday Program, we also conduct an outstanding weekend camp each Summer for families affected by autism. Our desire is to give the parents and caregivers a much deserved weekend break as they attend workshops and their children are being cared for by professionals and volunteers. For more information about Friends of Angels Autism Family Camp visit www.friendsofangels.org.
Do you have something in writing about what you believe?
Yes, please read more about "What We Believe" here.
How can I obtain more information about your church?
You are welcomed to visit the Information Table, in between the 1st service and the 2nd service, located in the courtyard area where people are available to answer questions. Our website contains information about upcoming events. You can also call the church office at (310) 947-2938.