The steeple is on the end of the building that faces Church Street. The mosaic at the base of the steeple depicts the Methodist cross and flame symbol.
The entrance to the Sanctuary faces Scribner Street. In the spring and summertime, crepe myrtles and knockout roses are in full bloom to welcome visitors.
The west-facing facade of the Sanctuary is graced by a mosaic depicting Jesus with outstretched arms and the words "Come to Me."
Visitors are welcomed to worship with the soothing sounds of flowing water from the fountain that is the centerpiece of the Sanctuary entrance.
A large foyer allows plenty of space for visiting with friends on the way in to worship.
Visitors to Sunday morning worship are greeted by members of the Welcome Team.
The Sanctuary has wide aisles, including a center aisle that is perfect for bridal processions.
Pews are arranged in four sections with spacious aisles between each section.
Weddings at Christmastime benefit from the seasonal decorations that are already in place.
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