If you are considering joining us for the first time you may have some questions.
Allow us to answer them for you.
What should I wear?
At Munster Church you will see people in jeans, shorts, dresses, suits and everything in between. We have no dress code. So wear what you feel comfortable wearing.
What time does the service start?
The morning service starts at 9:30 am. Periodically we have “combined” services in the evening on Sundays with other churches in the area so it’s a good idea to check the calendar.
Where is your church located?
Our building is located at the corner of Ridge and Hohman in Munster, IN. Click here for more detailed directions.
What kind of music can I expect to hear?
Munster Church has a blended style of music. That means that we are committed to singing songs with good music and theologically sound lyrics no matter what year they were written. You may hear the same song that you heard on the Christian radio station on the way to church, or an old familiar hymn put to a new beat, but you also may hear an old hymn played on our pipe organ. We believe that because we are a church diverse in age and culture that our music should reflect that diversity.
Is there childcare provided?
Yes! We have recently updated our nursery which can be found downstairs in our building. When you drop your child off you will be handed a little pager so we can notify you as necessary.
What other opportunities are there to get involved?
We have a number of programs for people of all ages! These include Bible studies, a couples club, high school and middle school youth programs, children’s programs, and much more! For details and a complete list of opportunities contact Justin Makowski, Director of Connections at the church office (219)-836-3121 or via email email@example.com
Do you have any accommodations for the hearing impaired?
Yes, we have recently installed a “Hearing Loop” system in our building. Most modern hearing aids are equipped with a “T-Coil”. If you sit in our main seating area and switch your hearing aid to “T-Coil mode” you will hear the service transmitted directly into your hearing aid. External headphone devices are available for people who do not have a T-coil.