Planning Your First Visit?
We’re so glad you’ve decided to visit The Summit! We’ve already answered some frequently asked questions below, but if you have any other questions or would just like to tell us you’re coming, you can send us a message here, or call us at 705-251-1079.
How do I get there?
Sunday services and the main offices of The Summit are located at 424 Second Line East in Sault Ste. Marie, also known as the North Campus.
The Summit’s Downtown Campus is in the downtown core of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. We’re on the corner of Bruce St. & Queen St. E. diagonally across from the Essar Centre. You can view a map and see our full address here on our contact page.
Where do I park at the Downtown Campus?
We have our small lot on King St. behind our building (The lot has our Orange Summit signs and is always free.) There is also a public lot on King St. a bit further east of our lot. Just west of our building, on Bruce Sreet, there is a free parking lot. There is parking along Queen Street and King Street in designated spots marked with a parking meter.
What should I wear?
We have no expectations for attire. Please come dressed in something that makes you feel comfortable. Unless you wear a tux or designer gown, you won’t stand out!
Is there something for my kids?
We have classes/services for all ages from babies all the way to Jr. High. We do have the toddlers and school-age children stay with us in the service until the break. We believe in a blended family worship time, and it’s important for our kids to be a part of our worship service.
The Summit is a member of Plan To Protect®. All of our staff & children’s leaders have passed a criminal background check and have received the required training from Plan To Protect®.
What is your service like?
At our Sunday service, you’ll experience a casual atmosphere, excellent live music & worship that focuses on Jesus, a break time to make a connection with other people, and relevant and practical teaching from the Bible.
Your children stay in the service for the first few songs to experience the family worship time, then go to their classes during the break.
We don’t center-out our visitors during the service, nor do we expect you to give any money. We don’t pass an offering plate but have a designated area to give financially if you ever choose to do so.
Don’t feel like you have to rush out at the end of the service. We’d like to get to know you!