Visiting our Sunwest Campus
Thanks for taking some time to check us out. We are glad you are interested in visiting Harris Creek's Sunwest Campus. Here are a few things you might have questions about before visiting.
We ask members and regular attenders to park in spaces further from the building to allow guests closer parking. There are limited parking spaces reserved for visitors, senior citizens, and women who are pregnant or have newborns. You are always free to pull through the circular drive to drop off family and go park, particularly if there is bad weather.
When you enter the church through the main lobby, the sanctuary is located through the set of double doors on the left. Also to your left is our coffee bar if you want to grab a free cup of coffee to take with you into corporate worship. In front of you will be our Connect desk where you can find someone if you have any questions. Click here to download a map of our facilities.
If You Have Children
Come to the Children’s Check-in Desk located in the main lobby. One of our check-in volunteers will get a security nametag for your child and show you the way to our exciting environments for your kids.
Ministry for preschoolers (infants to pre-kindergarteners) occurs in the secure-access hallway just past the Children’s Check-in desk.
Ministry for elementary-age children (kindergarteners through 6th graders) occurs in the Children’s hallway just past the Student Center and restrooms.
Ministry for middle school and high school students (7th-12th graders) occurs in the Student Center at the end of the hallway.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to ensure yourself a seat. Our services fill up quickly (especially during the school year). Due to space constraints, we ask everyone to move to the front and center aisles as much as possible to make room for people who come in late. Once the service begins, we have deacons available at both sanctuary entrances to help you find an open seat.
Additional Information Available
Stop by our Connect desk in the main lobby if you have any questions or are looking to get plugged in. You can also look for anyone wearing an “Ask Me” nametag around the building.