Thank you for your interest in Lake Oconee Presbyterian Church! Visiting a church for the first time can be a little intimidating, so we hope to put you at ease by answering some commonly asked questions. You may also want to download this PDF version of our welcome brochure.
What times are the Sunday services?
We have one service on Sunday at 10:30 am. Check our calendar for the latest Sunday morning schedule and sermon series.
How is LOPC honoring CDC guidelines?
We have implemented social distancing in the sanctuary. Our Sunday service offers seating for mask-optional and mask-only.
What should I wear?
We want to welcome you as you are. Life here at Lake Oconee is relaxed, and so is our dress code! You'll see a little bit of everything depending on the season, from sport coats and dresses to short sleeves and jeans.
What happens during a typical worship service?
Our worship service includes pastor-led prayer, singing, reciting creeds/confessions (found in the bulletin), and expository preaching from the Bible. A service typically lasts an hour, and you can access our Sunday bulletin ahead of time by clicking here.
If I'm not PCA, am I welcome to attend?
Absolutely! In fact, a number of our members come from various denominational backgrounds, so you'll be in good company. If you don't usually attend church, we're a great place to start!
Are there activities for children?
We offer Sunday nursery and children's worship. Nursery is for newborn-3 years, and children's worship is for ages 4-6.
Will I be asked for money?
As a visitor, you are not expected to make a contribution. For those interested, there are contribution envelopes in the backs of the sanctuary chairs and an offering box in the narthex. We also offer online giving through our church app.
Will I be contacted if I fill out any sort of visitor information?
While we do offer visitor information cards to fill out, you can provide as little or as much information as you like - or none at all until you feel comfortable doing so.