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Get Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Gulfview United Methodist Church



Beach Sunset
Laguna Beach, a short walk from the church

  1. What entrance do I use for Worship Service?

    Enter the church directly from the double door entrance on Rose Lane.

  2. Where do I park?
    There are marked parking places on all four sides of the church as well as in an overflow lot, across the street, on Wisteria Lane.  

  3. Can a person in a wheelchair worship here?

    Sure. Our ushers will help you enter via a side entrance.

  4. Is there childcare during worship service?

    Children of all ages are welcome in our service and are not required to be silent.  If little ones need a change of scenery, there are restrooms and a Fellowship Hall adjacent to the sanctuary.

  5. Can a person with portable oxygen worship here?

    Certainly. We have a sound system so that you don’t have to worry about noise.

  6. Where should I sit?

    You can sit in any open pew.  Ushers are available before the service to help seat you if you wish.

  7. What if I have poor hearing?

    We have a hearing assistance system.  Please ask an usher for a headset.

  8. What if I don’t have “church” clothes?

    Shorts and flip flops are always welcome.

  9. What if I visit on a Sunday when Communion is served?

    Everyone is welcome at Christ’s table at Gulfview.

  10. What if I am hungry?

    Refreshments are served after Worship service in the Fellowship Hall. If you are local and need emergency food, visit the Food Pantry at Gulf Beach Presbyterian Church, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9-noon.

  11. What if I am in need of prayer?

    Prayer requests are often taken during the service.  And you can always fill out the Prayer Request form here on the website for a confidential request for prayer.

  12. What if I want to know a lot more about the United Methodist Church?

    You can use our Resources Page to link to several websites with in-depth information about the denomination.