Plan A Visit

Service times, directions, and what to expect upon your first visit to Catalyst Church

Getting to know each other

We know meeting someone for the first time can be intimidating, and going to a new church for the first time can be nerve-racking. We want to help make your first experience at Catalyst Church a great one!

SERVICE TIMES

Catalyst Church meets every Sunday at 10:00 am

LOCATION & DIRECTIONS

Catalyst Church gathers at 720 Newfield Street in Middletown, Connecticut.


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What can I expect?

How long is a Catalyst Church service?

In total, a Catalyst Church service is about 65 minutes in length. Services begin with the Catalyst Church band leading the church in music - song lyrics are projected onto the screens so you can sing along and/or engage with worship however you feel most comfortable. After the music portion of service is complete, one of our pastors will come out to share an encouraging and hope-filled message about Jesus.

What's the culture like at Catalyst Church?

Sunday's at Catalyst are exciting, casual, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.

What about my kids?

Great question! We believe that kids should have a blast at church every single week - and at Catalyst Kids, we make this a priority. The other thing we make a priority is your children’s safety. Because of that, we have a detailed check-in process for our Catalyst Kids program the first time that you visit. You’ll want to leave yourself an extra ten minutes to get signed in for the Catalyst Kids experience. Catalyst Kids is offered at every Catalyst Church service for kids ages infant through Grade 5.

Let us know you're coming

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"Honestly, I didn’t know what to expect attending Catalyst for the first time. But even before I walked through the front door, everyone was so welcoming and friendly, it felt like home."

Danielle Plona