What to know more, More FAQs
Inclusive: SPSS is an inclusive community discerning what it means to be a follower of Jesus in the 21st century. We welcome everyone, including members of the LGTBQ2+ community to come and worship Jesus with us.
Does it cost money? No! Services usually include an at-will offering where a plate is passed. Give as you are able and comfortable, but you are not required to give money.
When do I sit? When do I stand? The bulletin will give you directions on when you are to sit, stand, or kneel, but if you have mobility concerns it is fine to simply remain seated, and communion can be brought to you in your pew.
What should I wear? In our parish, many people do still wear nice clothes on Sunday, but others are more casual. Come as you are.
Do I have to be a member to take communion? All baptized Christians regardless of denomination or church affiliation are welcome to take communion. Those who are not baptized may also come forward and receive a blessing.
Do I cross myself? Do I bow before sitting? Crossing oneself and acknowledging the altar by bowing are left to the custom and comfort of individuals.
Where is the washroom? Washrooms are located at the basement level; take the steps from the narthex (lobby) down to the first landing and turn right, then continue following the steps down. There is an elevator to both levels for those who are unable to use the stairs.
Where is everything? What’s that room called? – Spaces at SPSS
Basement Washrooms, classrooms, offices, and outdoor courtyard.