Next Phase Transition Weeks
April 28 - June 16
Almost a year ago, Vista began an expansion project in order to make more room to love more people–and that means you! This is such an exciting time for us as a church, and it also means things may look or feel a little different than it usually is here at Vista.
Over the next six weeks we’ll be completing the project, which means our adults will meet in the lobby instead of the auditorium for worship (check out the graphic to see the new layout). It will be different than being in the auditorium, but over our history as a church, we’ve met in houses, cafeterias, and gyms, so we think of it as an opportunity to get back to our roots!
We will still have full Vista Kids available (infant-5th) at all three services, as well as Refuge for our middle school students. We plan to move into the fully expanded adult and kids spaces on June 16. This is a really exciting time and we would love for you to be a part of it with us!
frequently Asked Questions
Can we really fit all of us in the transition space?
Hopefully! Our plans indicate that we should have around 575 seats available with fairly good visibility to the stage (as shown on the above rendering). This should accommodate our 8:30 and 11:30am services, considering many of our college students head home during the summer. The 10am service will be tight (as always) but we will have TVs set up for people to watch and plenty of extra seats for everyone.
Please tell me there will be coffee!
Of course! We don’t want a mutiny. However, we plan to move the coffee bar out onto the patio at the main entrance so there is space inside for the service.
What will the Kids programs look like?
Our Vista Kids ministry will be the same as any normal Sunday, and we are really excited about what they are learning this summer! You can learn more about our kids ministry by clicking here!
What will worship be like as we meet in the lobby?
The service itself will be similar, with music, a message, and response time. It will be simpler than a normal Sunday, and definitely simpler than Easter at the Expo, but it will be powerful nonetheless!