What to Expect


Dress comfortably. Focus on how to progress in your spiritual journey, not what you wear.


You can expect a variety of musical styles to help you connect and communicate with God. Lyrics will be on big screens if you choose to sing along!

Perry Duggar, the Lead Pastor, giving a message to Brookwood Church


Our pastors strive to provide messages that are both biblical and practical, using imagery and other creative expressions to communicate God's message. An entire service usually lasts 50–60 minutes.

Children | Special Needs

Children and people with special needs should have a blast at church learning about Jesus! We make this a priority along with their safety. Programs are available for birth–grade 12 and for people with special needs.


No. We provide opportunities for fellowship and Bible study at Brookwood in Community Groups that meet throughout the week. We feel that Community Groups are a great way to connect with other believers and grow spiritually.

We provide a safe and fun environment for children to learn about God on Sunday in a manner that matches their developmental progress.

Babies–K5 meet in Pods A & B Sundays at 9 and 11 am.

Grades 1–3 meet in Pod C Sundays at 9 and 11 am.

Grades 4–5 meet upstairs, in the Chapel, Sundays at 9 and 11 am.

Grades 6–8 meet at the South Campus Sundays at 9 and 11 am.

Grades 9–12 meet at the South Campus Sundays from 4–6 pm.

Brookwood is a place to belong- and we have a special ministry just for you! Special Friends provides church services for people with special needs. Dedicated volunteers provide personalized attention and care. Visit the Special Friends page for more information.

Yes! We make every effort to ensure your child's safety. All volunteers in the Children's Ministry go through an extensive process before they can volunteer including a background check, policies and procedures training, sexual abuse prevention training, and a shadowing process.

When checking in your child at any one of our check-in locations, a unique set of security tags are created: one name tag for your child to wear, a tag for the child's teacher, and a tag for your family to claim your child at the end of the service. If you are needed during the service, we'll page you using the last four digits of the phone number you provided. Displays are in the Concourse and inside the Auditorium.

If there is something hindering your spritual progress, whether it is a particular life struggle or doubts about Christianity, please visit the Care Connection room located behind the Information Desk. Welcoming people are available here before and after each Sunday service.

If you need to talk with someone during the week, please call 864.688.8355.

Handicap parking spaces are available on the south side of the building with access to three sets of doors into the Church. Six spaces are also available beside the Administrative building.

Limited mobility parking spaces are available on a temporary basis on the north side of the church. Stop by the Receptionist Desk in the Administrative Building to fill out a request form and pick up a car tag.

Service animals as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are permitted on the campus of Brookwood Church.

Therapy Dogs are not permitted on Brookwood Church property since they are not considered service animals under the ADA. Exceptions to this rule can be made by prior arrangements with Staff.

Sign Language and Spanish interpretation are both available at the 11 am service. For details visit brookwoodchurch.org/languages.