Meeting Time: Sundays at 9:15 am
Location: Gym

Traditions meets every Sunday for worship and teaching that is Christ-focused and Bible-based. We sing, pray, and read together as we draw from the best of our Christian heritage in classic and contemporary hymns and songs. We love having piano, organ, strings, singing groups, and other instruments help lead us in congregational singing. The sermon is the same as any other service at E-Free and we watch it together on a large clear screen and décor is classic and simple. Though some of us may have a few grey hairs, we have people of all ages and backgrounds come and worship together at Traditions.

Parking: We reserve parking in the middle front lot for our Traditions congregation. If this parking is full, there is always room to park on the north side of the building. If you’re checking children into the Kids Zone, the north entrance is the most convenient.

Wondering what to wear?

Dress in whatever you’re comfortable in—most people are semi-casual.

What’s up for the kids?

Nursery, Preschool, & Elementary programming starts at 9:00 am.

We love kids and believe they are some of the greatest influencers of the our world today. Our carefully screened staff and volunteers are passionate about making sure that every child in their care feels safe, loved, and understands that they are valuable. We want your child’s hour in our care to be one of the best times of the week. Find more about the Kids Zone here. 

During the summer, volunteer permitting, we offer the following programming for children:

  • 9:00 am |  Age 0 to 5 available for the whole service, grades 1-5 during the message only
  • 11:00 am | Age 0-2 available, as well as preschool classes as volunteer availability allows
  • 6:00 pm  | Age 0–2 as volunteer availability allows, preschool classes as volunteer availability allows

Please check here for up-to-date information. Activity boxes are provided for children participating in the worship services.


Dave Acree
Site Pastor for Traditions Service
Minister of Congregational Care