Many people have a difficult time finding a church where they can really feel at home. We want to help. Whether you are new to the whole “church” thing, or a long time attender moving to the area, the links below will help you get connected at Dayspring.
What To Expect:
The Dayspring family is ready to help you from the moment you arrive, from parking to getting your kids settled to finding your Connect Group and then to worship.
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Come as you are, whether that’s casual or in a suit. Our concern isn’t what’s on the outside, but what’s on the inside. Jesus accepts us as we are when we come to Him. Why shouldn’t we?
First time guests
We have designated parking for our first time guests. As you enter the campus, you will find signs asking you to identify yourself as a first-time guest by turning on your hazard lights and follow the directional signs. The parking spaces right in front of our main lobby doors are designated for you. We also have members of our parking team, wearing hi-visibility yellow vests, who will help escort you to this parking area.
Reserved parking is available for disabled guests around the immediate church perimeter. Look for handicapped parking signs and also allow one of our parking team members to assist you in finding a space.
Ample parking spaces are available in the front and side of our main building. We encourage able bodied individuals to park in rows further out from the main building, closer to Cody Rd., allowing our guests, seniors and families to have the spaces closest to the facility. This includes two covered areas to drop off individuals during inclement weather, the main lobby and children’s area located on the South side of the building. Additional parking is also available in the lower lot behind The Shack with access roads on each end of the property.
View our parking map.
Don’t let our big building scare you away, there’s a great group of volunteers waiting to say “Hi!” to you just inside the doors. Once you are inside the building, ask a member of our Connect Team for help or look for signage and Information Areas to find your way around the church.
The safety of your child is of utmost importance to us. To ensure that safety, we ask that every child be checked in at one of our Check-In kiosks. Parents will receive two tags per child: your child will wear a nametag, and parents will keep the corresponding security tag for pick-up. When you’re ready to pick-up your child, present your matching security tag to your child’s leader.
If we need to reach you during the service, we’ll send a text message to your cell phone.
Dayspring Preschool offers age-appropriate programs for children infant-K5 during all Sunday services in our Preschool areas.
Dayspring Kids offers fun, age appropriate programs for kids 1st-5th grade during all Sunday services in our Kid’s Central area.
Dayspring Students have groups for your middle school and high school student to prepare them to launch into the world with confidence and faith.
The easiest way to find out where to go for our awesome kid’s activities and groups is by speaking with someone at our Kids Welcome Desk.
Yes, we do have free wifi! When you’re on campus, connect to “Dayspring Guest.” We also serve free coffee, bottled water, and donuts, so come enjoy them before service!
Yes, we have small group opportunities for adults as well as children of all ages!
Each week, hundreds of volunteers are needed to serve our campus to help with worship services, groups, and ministries. There are volunteer opportunities in our children and student ministries, and much, much more! Be sure to check out our Serving At Dayspring and Local Missions pages, or reach out to our Connections Pastor.