Sundays at Woodstock City Church

Everything you need to know before you arrive

Family wearing masks, walking in to Woodstock City Church

Coming to church should be safe, easy, and comfortable.

Registration is NO LONGER required to attend any of our Sunday services.

We are looking forward to hosting you!

We promise to work hard to make sure, from the street to your seat, that volunteers are kind, attentive, and helpful. We recognize your choice to come to Woodstock City Church is personal, and we want you to be glad you were here.

Woodstock City Church has services at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. in the building.

Here are all the details on what each of our environments has planned for this Sunday. 

Adults: Services

9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Our Sunday service lasts about 60 minutes and includes live music and teaching. Parties will sit socially distanced in our auditorium. Each individual will need to register to attend the service as we are capping attendance at 40% of our capacity. 

Babies - Pre-K: Waumba Land

9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Babies ages six-weeks through pre-K will experience time to play, sing songs, listen to a Bible story, and eat snacks. Take a look. Children with special needs are welcome. 

Parents MUST remain on the premises while their children are in Waumba Land.

Elementary School: UpStreet

9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Your child is going to have a blast engaging in fun games and activities that will teach them about who God is and how he wants them to live. Take a look!
Children with special needs are welcome. 


Middle School: Transit

9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Transit is where middle school students develop a faith of their own. We start with a large group time of worship and teaching and then break off into small groups of students by school. Students with special needs are welcome. No need to register. Just check in on-premises. 

High School: InsideOut

4:30 p.m.

Sunday is the best night of the week for high schoolers! At InsideOut, we have music, a message, and small group time where students can grow with their peers. No need to register. Just check in on-premises. 

Our address is 150 Ridgewalk Parkway, Woodstock, GA 30188

Map of Woodstock City Church building and layout

Once you're here: 

- Please enter through the South Entrance.

- Temperatures will be take on arrival.

- No outside food or drink allowed.

We have volunteers available at every turn, so just look for someone with a friendly smile. They're here to help!


If you can't join us and want to cancel your reservation, please email us


What to expect on UpStreet!
What to expect in Waumba Land!
Waumba Land logo
Are masks required?

No. Mask use is optional in the Woodstock City Church building. 
There is a mask-only seating section in the main auditorium for those who prefer to sit with other masked individuals. Follow the signage or ask our Guest Services volunteers and they'll direct you to the right seating section. 

Will there be temperature checks?

We will only be performing temperature checks for students during our special events. Our Waumba Land team may check an infant's temperature, at their discretion, when entering the Waumba Land environment. 

There will no temperature checks for adults or UpStreet kids on Sundays. 

Will there be hand sanitizer available?

There will be multiple places for kids and parents to access hand sanitizers if needed.

How will social distancing be exercised?

In our kid and student environments, small groups will be assigned specific meeting spots to maintain appropriate social distancing.

In the main auditorium, parties will be seated socially distanced from other parties and capacity will be limited.

What if someone in my party is experiencing mild symptoms?

If anyone in your family is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please refrain from attending our gathering.

Audience in Woodstock City Church service with masks on
Temperature check to get in to the Woodstock City Church building
UpStreet group sitting on the floor
Temperature check to get in to the Woodstock City Church building
Where do I park?

We know traffic is no fun. As you get closer to the church, you will see parking signs and helpful volunteers to guide you. We recommend arriving 20 minutes before the service begins to make sure you get to the service on time.

Is there a dress code?

We are casual around here. You will see jeans, shorts, dresses, and business casual attire. So, wear something comfortable and come on!

The building seems so big, how will I know where to go?

This is a map of Woodstock City Church. We have volunteers available at every turn, so just look for someone with a friendly smile. They're here to help!