We are glad you are considering visiting us at Spring Baptist Church. Attendees come from diverse backgrounds and gather to worship, connect, grow, and serve. We are a multi-generational church where there is truly something for everyone. We know trying to figure out a new place can be stressful, so we want to make it as smooth as possible for you. Below are some frequently asked questions.
WHAT TO EXPECT
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT TO HAPPEN WHEN I ARRIVE?
When you first arrive at Spring Baptist, you can expect to be greeted by the friendly face of one of our many staff and volunteers. Let them know it’s your first time, and they can help guide you to a service and can even help you get connected to other ministries you may be interested in, including a LifeGroup class.
HOW DOES THE CHURCH HANDLE SAFETY IN THE CURRENT COVID-19 PANDEMIC?
Spring Baptist Church is committed to making sure our facilities are a safe environment for you and your family. Crews clean the facilities before and after services. We have staff and volunteers who are committed to the safety of everyone, especially your children. Lastly, we have dismissal instructions to eliminate congested hallways following services.
WHEN DO I NEED TO GET THERE?
Our worship services start at 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM (Spring Campus) and 11:15 AM (Klein Campus). Please know, we clean the worship center between services and doors open 15 minutes before each service. Plus, it’s a good idea to arrive 15 to 20 minutes before the start of the service so you can find a guest parking spot and a seat! Also, we would love to visit with you before the service if you have questions. Drop by our information center in the foyer.
WHERE DO I PARK?
We have a designated the best parking spots on campus for you in the First Time Guest Parking areas. Also, our parking lots feature colored banners that help you remember where you parked when you leave.
SPRING CAMPUS MAP
WHAT DO I WEAR?
Many people ask about what to wear. You’ll find a little bit of everything here: golf shirts and slacks, jeans and tennis shoes, dresses, suite, etc. The fact is we don’t have a dress code – just try to be comfortable and modest.