1. When do I show up?
We have two services times each weekend. Sundays mornings at 9:15 & 11.
2. How do I get there?
We’re located at 4849 Alton Parkway, Irvine, California. Click here for a map and driving directions.
3. What do I wear?
You’ll find that we’re pretty casual – shorts, jeans, t-shirts, slacks, dresses – it’s all good. You won’t find many suits and ties though, but if that’s what you’re comfortable wearing, go for it.
4. What about parking?
If you arrive while a service is still going on, you’ll find our parking lot fairly full. There is usually ample parking in the ally between Woodbridge Village Association and Journey at all times. We have handicap spaces along the front of the building as well as parking for first-time guests, expecting moms and parents with small children.
5. Where do I go once I arrive.
Visit the connection tent located at the left side of the building on the patio. There you will find an assortment of refreshments including coffee and tea. Feel free to bring these into the auditorium.
6. Children’s Check-in.
We take caring for your children extremely seriously. When you check-in your child for the first time go to children’s ministries tent located by the main entrance. Click here to visit the Journey Kids page.
7. Welcome Center.
If you get lost or need some help, be sure to stop off at the Welcome Center in the lobby. It’s right inside our front doors – you can’t miss it. There you’ll find friendly volunteers who will answer your questions and help you find your way around. You can also ask our welcome team that are located throughout our campus.
8. Worship Service.
While you’re in service, we’d appreciate it if you’d fill out a Connection Card so we know you were here. You can drop it in the offering as it goes by or drop it off at the welcome center in the lobby. Don’t feel obligated to give – let this first service be our gift to you (but we would appreciate getting your Connection Card).
9. No Expectations.
As a visitor you won’t be singled out in any way. You can remain completely anonymous if you want. But don’t be surprised if you can’t make it out the door without people greeting you and trying to make you feel welcome and at home.