New to church

Turning up to church for the first time can sometimes seem a daunting prospect, but we want you to feel welcome and relaxed at SLC, so here’s some answers to some frequently asked questions!

Is there a dress code?

No, you do not have to dress in any particular style to come to SLC.  Just be comfortable!

How will you cater for my kids?

See our Kid’s Church section for details

What if my baby cries during Sunday Celebration?

Don’t worry!  We are a family church and we don’t mind noise!  You are welcome to keep your baby with you in the service, or if you would benefit from some space to settle them then we have a room available, which is also suitable for nursing mothers.

Where can I park my car?

We have limited on-site parking to the front of our building, as well as plenty of local on-street parking.

Is South Lincs Church accessible for disabled people?

Yes, there is a ramp to access the building and disabled toilet facilities.  We also have a loop system installed for those who are hard of hearing and have the appropriate function available on their hearing aids.

What can I expect during a typical Sunday Celebration?

Our Coffee Bar opens at 10:45am, and then again after Sunday Celebration.

A countdown lets people know when we are ready to start, and we usually kick-off Sunday Celebration with some lively and enthusiastic praise and worship.  The words appear on a giant screen at the front so don’t worry if you don’t know the songs!

We have our latest notices and news, a chance for people to give into the work of SLC through our weekly offering (but don’t worry, there’s no pressure on you to give), and then a 20-30 minute life-applicable, relevant preach.  Everything is wrapped up at the end with one last song, and then there is plenty of time available afterwards to socialise with friends whilst enjoying a tea or coffee and together!

What else does SLC provide?

Please see the ‘What’s On’ menu on the left hand side to discover the wide range of activities we have for people of all ages.