Plan A Visit

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Here’s everything you need to plan your visit to FWC. If you have a question that’s not answered here, please contact us.

Times and Locations

Florence, SC

Sunday – 10:30am
Sunday – 6:30pm
Wednesday – 7:00pm

Georgetown, SC

Sunday – 10:30am
Wednesday – 7:00pm

Plan a Visit to FWC Florence

Where should I go?

Our main building is located right off of Cashua Drive. When you arrive, proceed to the blue Information Tent to meet someone from our team and to park in a reserved space near our entrance. Once inside, we’ll show you around, help you check-in your children, and help you prepare for the service.

How long are services?

An average worship service on Sunday morning lasts around 90 minutes although they can be shorter or slightly longer. Our Sunday 6:30pm and Wednesday 7:00pm services last around one hour.

When should I arrive?

Be sure to arrive around 5-10 minutes early to get a good seat. If you have children, you may need about 15 minutes for a first-time check-in.

What should I do with my children?

If you have children, we promise they’re going to love FWC! The easiest way to check-in your children for the first time is to go to our Main Building and visit Guest Services. They’ll handle the check-in process and direct your family to the appropriate area depending on your child’s age. A child that’s 6 weeks old through 5K will have a classroom in our brand new nurseries located in the Main Building. Children in grades 1-6 will have service in the FWC Youth Center located behind our Main Building. Once you have them safely signed in, you can relax and enjoy the service in our Main Sanctuary.

What should I wear?

At our services you’ll find everything from casual clothes to a few business suits. Dress in what is comfortable for you, because Family Worship Center is not about what you look like or what you wear.

What should I expect?

During every worship service we believe for the Spirit of God to touch the lives of God’s people. Our service format includes singing, preaching and an opportunity to give. At the end of the service, those attending are able to respond to the message they’ve heard. People lift their hands and they may even shout a healthy “amen” during the message. At times, we pray together as a congregation or have people come forward to receive prayer.

FWC Florence Map

Family Worship Center Church - Florence Campus Map 2016

Plan a Visit to FWC Georgetown

Where should I go?

FWC Georgetown is located right off of 701 (N. Fraser St.) on Wedgefield Rd. When you arrive, proceed to the main entrance where you’ll meet someone from Guest Services. Once inside, we’ll show you around, help you check-in your children, and help you prepare for the service.

How long are services?

An average worship service on Sunday morning lasts around 90 minutes although they can be shorter or slightly longer. Our other weekly services last around one hour.

When should I arrive?

Be sure to arrive around 5-10 minutes early to get a good seat. If you have children, you may need about 15 minutes for a first-time check-in.

What should I do with my children?

If you have children, we promise they’re going to love FWC! The easiest way to check-in your children for the first time is to go to our Main Building and visit Guest Services. They’ll handle the check-in process and direct your family to the appropriate area depending on your child’s age. Once you have them safely signed in, you can relax and enjoy the service in our Main Sanctuary.

What should I wear?

At our services you’ll find everything from casual clothes to a few business suits. Dress in what is comfortable for you, because Family Worship Center is not about what you look like or what you wear.

What should I expect?

During every worship service we believe for the Spirit of God to touch the lives of God’s people. Our service format includes singing, preaching and an opportunity to give. At the end of the service, those attending are able to respond to the message they’ve heard. People lift their hands and they may even shout a healthy “amen” during the message. At times, we pray together as a congregation or have people come forward to receive prayer.

Contact Us

We hope we’ve provided you with everything you need to plan your visit to FWC. If not, please contact us.