Thanks for taking the time to get to know a little bit more about Sunridge Community Church!
Every church is different, so it can be hard to know what to expect when visiting a church for the first time. Here are a few things to know about Sunridge before your first visit.
Sundays: 9:00 & 10:30 AM
Our church building is easy to find and conveniently located about a mile west of the 15 freeway, off Winchester Road in Temecula.
42299 Winchester Road
Temecula, CA 92590
What is a Sunday morning service like at Sunridge?
A service typically lasts a little more than an hour. Our music is modern, and our messages are based in the Bible and apply to real life. Our pastors’ teaching style is casual and relevant.
After the service, we have a dedicated team of men and women available to pray with you. Our pastors are also available for you to meet and talk with and answer any questions you may have.
What else should I expect at Sunridge?
Sunridge Community Church is filled with genuine people who are just like you. Every generation is well-represented, and there are people here from every kind of previous church experience, and many who are trying church for the first time.
At Sunridge, we have a “come as you are” attitude. You don’t need to “clean up your act” before you come to our church, or dress up in fancy clothes and pretend like you have it all together. Feel free to dress casually.
We don’t single new people out in any way or do things to make them feel uncomfortable, but we do have people in place who are ready to answer any questions you have when you arrive, point you in the right direction, and help you feel welcomed.
What about my kids?
Bring the kids! We have a place for kids of all ages. If you have young children (birth through 5th grade), come a few minutes early on your first Sunday so we can help you get them registered and placed in the appropriate classrooms.
If you prefer to keep your kids with you, you can do that too! Children are welcome in the main service. We even have dedicated “cry rooms” at the back of the sanctuary if your child starts to get fussy where you can still hear the music and the message.
What else should I know about Sunridge?
We have a place for children with special needs during both of our Sunday morning services where they will be well cared for by a dedicated team of volunteers.
Our 10:30 service has an ASL interpreter available for members of the deaf community.
We have weekday and weeknight groups and Bible studies, so you can get involved, meet others, and grow deeper in your faith. We encourage everyone to “join the life” at Sunridge!
We have a set of core beliefs that serve as the foundation for everything we do.
We are non-denominational, and welcome people with any type of faith background (or no background at all).