Your First Visit

Visiting any church for the very first time can be overwhelming. At Campus Church, we’ll do our best to make you feel at home. The information below will help you as you plan your first visit. Give us a call if you have any questions or want to let us know you will be visiting.

  • Directions are available here.
  • Plan to arrive about 20 minutes before the service begins to have time to get comfortable.
  • Church hosts are available in the lobbies of the Crowne Centre and MacKenzie Building.


Where are you located?

Our services are held on the campus of Pensacola Christian College in the Crowne Centre, where all church services are interpreted for the hearing impaired. Church hosts and ushers are waiting to answer your questions and help you acclimate to the Campus Church.

See the Campus Church Contact page for more information.

What time are your services?

Sunday Morning 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Evening 6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening 7 p.m.

How long does your church service last?

Our worship service centers on God and the preaching of His Word. Every hymn, chorus, or special focuses your heart and mind on God. You can expect our worship service to last around an hour.

What are your worship services like?

Our worship services are designed to glorify God and encourage believers. You are welcome to join our congregation as we sing great hymns of the faith and familiar choruses. Special music from our Rejoice Choir and Orchestra, College Choir, ensembles, and soloists help us prepare our hearts for the message. Because we believe the most important part of our service is the preaching of God’s Word, our pastor and other guest speakers will share truths from the Bible that are applicable to your everyday life and will encourage your spiritual growth. You can watch recordings of our recent sermons here or visit to watch or download an entire worship service.

What should I wear for a church service?

We want you to feel welcome and comfortable here at Campus Church. Many of our church family dress up for our services, but feel free to wear what’s comfortable for you.

Where should I park?

Accessible parking is available for all church guests and church family. To view a map of available parking, see the Campus Church Contact page.

How do I know where to go in such a big church?

When you arrive on campus, gate greeters are there to help direct you to parking. Church hosts are available just inside the entrances to help you find a Sunday school class and seats for a church service. You are welcome to sit wherever you feel comfortable.

Where do I take my children?

Our children’s ministry, which meets in the MacKenzie Building, includes the nursery, children’s Sunday school classes, and children’s church. Hosts are available to help you find the class for your child.

What about my teenagers?

Junior high and high school students meet in the MacKenzie Building for Sunday school. To learn about other activities, visit our youth ministry page.

What adult classes are available?

Our adult ministry has several adult Bible study classes, ranging in size. They meet in both the Crowne Centre and the MacKenzie Building. You’re welcome to try different classes to find one that fits your needs.

Does Campus Church offer accessibility to people of all ages and abilities?

Yes, we want everyone to feel welcome and comfortable in our services.

Wheelchair Access

The Crowne Centre is fully wheelchair accessible, with interior elevators and handicap-accessible restrooms. Handicap parking spaces are available in front of the Crowne Centre. Wheelchairs are also available near the main Crowne Centre entrances.


Two covered entrances are available at the north and south sides of the Crowne Centre. These locations are a safe, convenient drop-off for families, seniors, and those with special needs.

ASL Interpreters

All services are interpreted by an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter. A church host or usher can direct you to the appropriate seating location.

Hearing Assistance

Hearing-assistance devices are available for the Crowne Centre. Stop by the main lobby desk to pick one up, or ask a church host or usher for assistance.

If you have further questions, please contact us.