We want your visit to Fremont Wesleyan to be as comfortable as possible, so we thought we’d share with you some of the questions our guests frequently ask:
Fremont Wesleyan has 2 Sunday morning worship services, one at 9:15 am and the other at 11:00 am, are they both the same?
Yes, both of our Sunday morning worship services are identical in format. The only difference is the people you would meet at one instead of the other!
What is the worship service like at Fremont Wesleyan?
Each worship service at Fremont Wesleyan is designed to allow people to connect with God. We do this through a blend of music, dramas/videos, prayer, and through relevant teaching to assist people as they link their faith journey to everyday life.
What should I wear?
Fremont Wesleyan is a diverse group of people whose clothes are equally as diverse! Many of our casual dressers come in their jeans each week, while our people who love to dress up can be found in their dresses and sport coats. Honestly, we’re not too interested in what you’re wearing on the outside because we’re much more interested in the spiritual journey that God is calling you to on the inside.
What can I expect when I get there?
Come on into our lobby, grab a cup of coffee and take it right into the Worship Center, we want you to feel at home. Don’t be surprised if people introduce themselves to you along the way because Fremont Wesleyan tends to be friendly and welcoming to all!
What about my kids?
Kids are an integral part of Fremont Wesleyan and we want them to be able to connect with God and others just like the adults do on Sunday mornings. For that reason we have age appropriate environments for all children (birth through 5thgrade) available on Sunday mornings during both services. Please check out our kids & students page for more information.