Q: Where is the Daybreak worship service held when meeting outside?
A: Just north of the west side parking lot.
Q: What time is Daybreak worship held?
A: 8am for all Sundays except Easter Sunrise Service, which begins at 7am.
Q: What months does the Daybreak worship service meet at the Outdoor Sanctuary or inside in The Loft?
A: Outside services are held - April through October weather permitting. The exception is a March Sunrise Easter Service. November through March worship services are held indoors in The Loft.
Q: Do I need to bring something to sit on when Daybreak meets outside?
A: No ... seat cushions are provided.
Q: What is the average attendance for Daybreak worship?
A: It usually ranges from 40 to 60 but has been over 90 for Easter Sunrise Service.
Q: What are the break-out groups at Daybreak Worship all about?
A: Because attendance is smaller not as much time is needed for offertory or communion allowing the minister to pose a question about the message of the day. For about 10 minutes the congregation discusses the question in small groups of 5 to 7 before the service concludes.
Q: What is the closing circle?
A: Daybreak worship concludes with a closing circle of prayer led by the Elder of the day.
Q: Does the minister preach the same message of the day at all three Sunday morning services
Q: What type of music, instruments and voices can be heard at Daybreak?
A: Old hymns, Chancel Hymns, Praise songs, new songs composed to connect with the ministers message, sing-a-longs, solos, duets, trios, guitar, keyboard, chancel bells, youth, harmonica, electric bass, thumb piano, flute, ukulele, clarinet and Toca drums are examples.
Q: Can I drink coffee during a Daybreak worship service?