We know visiting a new church can be intimidating.

What should I wear? Where do my kids go? What’s the service like? We understand the many thoughts and questions that come when visiting a new church…we want you to feel right at home when you visit! Read below for details about Watermark.



There is no dress code for attending services at Watermark. Some attenders dress casually and some dress up—it’s all good! You are free to come exactly as you are, so wear whatever you are most comfortable in.


When you arrive at a Watermark service, you will be greeted in the parking lot by our WaterParkers team. When you get to the door you’ll be greeted by a friendly smile from one of our greeters. If you would like, our Next Steps team will give you a tour of the building…no pressure if you would rather explore on your own! In the lobby there will be donuts, coffee, and water for you to enjoy on us. As you make your way back to the auditorium you can check your kids into our kids’ ministry, WatermarKids. Service will begin at 10 AM in the auditorium.


We always start our services with a time of passionate praise and worship. Once worship is over, we will share a few announcements about what’s happening at our church. We’ll then continue our worship through an offering, which flows right into the message. Most weekends, our Lead Pastor, Jarvis Glanzer will preach. Our services close with time to respond to God in both worship and prayer if you choose. Our services last between 80-90 minutes.

What is Kids’ Church like?

Our WatermarKids ministry provides an amazing weekend experience each week. First, you will visit the kids check-in kiosk where our team will register your children and give them a name badge with a parent pick-up tag. Please let us know if your child has any allergies or special requirements during the check-in time. K-5 Kids’ church starts off with a time for PLAYING. Then the kids begin a time of high-energy WORSHIP. After worship, there is a group GAME and a Bible LESSON. If we need to contact you during service, your parent pick-up number will be displayed on the screen in the auditorium. At the end of the service, simply show your parent pick-up tag to the security personnel upon entrance into the kids wing and your child will be released to you.


The best way to get connected is through Volunteer Teams and Groups.

Sunday morning Video WalkThrough