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Welcome to Cokesbury!

We are so glad you are interested in Cokesbury Church. If you would like to plan a visit or have questions about any of our ministries, please check out the Frequently Asked Questions or fill out the New Here Form below. Someone from Cokesbury Church will contact you soon to help answer your questions.  

We look forward to meeting you!

Please feel free to contact:
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FAQ’s

What are your locations and service times?
Click here for the nearest location and worship times. 

What should I wear?
Come as you are!  

Where do I go?  
At all campuses, the best place to start is at Guest Services.  Our Guest Experience Team will be happy to assist you.

Where do my kids go?
When you arrive at any of our campuses, you a welcome to go directly to our Children’s Check-in area or visit Guest Services.  Anyone in these areas will help answer your questions.  

For details about Cokesbury Kids (birth through 4th grade), check out our Cokesbury Kids page.  
**All children that are in our care must be checked in at one of our Children’s Check-in Kiosks.  We use a check-in system to add a layer of protection for your child’s safety.**

Our 5th through 12th grades students worship with their families at our weekend services.  For more information on our student ministry at Cokesbury, visit Cokesbury Students.

What are your services like?
At Cokesbury, we offer both Contemporary and Traditional worship.  

Worship on our North Campus is upbeat, boisterous and bold. These contemporary services challenge us to go deeper in our faith with Christ. At our contemporary services you have the freedom to worship God with your hands raised, your dancing shoes on, and a heart ready to be drawn into His presence.  

The South Campus offers a traditional service that embraces modern technology while giving a nod to the past - blending many styles and forms of music, video, scripture, and ritual.  At the center of traditional worship is a relevant, challenging message brought to you each week by one of our pastors.