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Plan Your Visit

FBCZ has a large campus comprised of several buildings -
let us help you find your way around.

Where do I go?

Visiting a new church for the first time can be intimidating, especially when you're not sure where to go once you arrive. Let us take the stress out of that for you. We want your visit to be as pleasant an experience as possible. That's why you'll find our smiling greeters at each entrance and lots of little directional signs.

When you get here, you'll notice that there are small signs everywhere - follow them to the Welcome Center if you'd like directions to a specific Small Group Bible Study Class. (Our Welcome Center is located in the large atria of our Education Building.) If you're too shy to walk in and introduce yourself, download and print a map of our campus - fold it and put it in your Bible for quick reference. 

Parking

We've saved you a parking spot right in front of the main Worship Center, but if you've got kids, consider parking on the west side of the Education Building (that's the 42nd Street side). Our Education Building is the hub of activity when we're not in worship services, and the large atrium is at the center of it all. If you park there on the west side of the Education Building, you'll walk right into that hub of activity and it will be super easy to drop off the little ones.

Our welcome center is located in the Education Building's large atrium. The preschool and nursery areas are located off the atrium. Children's classes (1-6 grades) are located in the Family Life Center (FLC), which is through the Preschool area and the breezeway. Youth classes (7-12 grades) are located on the north-east part of campus in our new building, The Crossing.

If you have questions or concerns prior to your visit, please don't hesitate to contact us. The church office is open during the week (8a-5p, M-F) if you'd like to come by or call.

Weekday Visitors

Weekday visitors may gain entrance to the building at the west side (42nd Street side) Education Building doors. We ask that you press the call button, wait for a slight clicking sound, then try the door to your left. Once inside the building, please come directly to the main office.

Special Needs

All of our buildings are wheelchair accessible and we have interpreters who can help on an as needed basis. Our interpreters are often available during the 11am Celebration Worship service. If you anticipate needing an interpreter, please contact the church office so we may make arrangements for your visit.

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