- The Sunday schedule typically has a Sunday School lesson, then a snack and fellowship time, and a worship service which usually begins at 11AM. The fellowship and snack time is important because many of the people who attend the service will spend between forty-five to ninety minutes each way in transit to and from the services.
- In the regular Sunday Worship service, twelve people participate in the service. This is done on a rotating basis, so that everyone who attends has an opportunity to be actively involved in the worship.From carrying the Bible, carrying American and Christian flags, lighting and extinguishing candles, taking the offering, leading the call to worship, reading the scripture or leading in prayer, the attendees participate.
- Occasionally, the entire congregation will have joint services with another church, and will worship and perhaps share a meal and most often do a special program at the host church. Churches will often invite the church and allow them to be in charge of the worship service. In that way the host congregation has an opportunity to see for themselves the beautiful service in which the Exceptional members participates so fully. A local church holds Vacation Bible School yearly for our members at their facility. Several churches and a local school hosts special events annually for our attendees.
- The Church Of The Exceptional also has an Anniversary Service in April and a Christmas program in early December.On those days, the service times are in the afternoon. All of the members have a part in the Christmas program. There are also no services held for a couple of weeks in the Summer and for two Sundays in December/January. Many of the membership is visiting relatives at this time, and it also gives the volunteer staff an opportunity to worship in their home churches. Due to the fact that our vans travel over 200 miles each Sunday, there are no services during icy/snowy weather.
- The staff, with the exception of the Director, Mattie Lackey is all volunteer. The church is blessed with many volunteers that operate the vans, maintain the facilities, assist with all types of duties, many of which are unnoticed. A person that would have difficulty sitting through the worship service by themselves will have a volunteer sitting beside them to give them a sense of comfort and security.
- Guest speakers who come to the church on a rotating basis present messages. The members also enjoy singing, and throughout the year, many musical groups will do the entire service. The morning message is usually kept brief because many of the people in attendance have a short attention span. People who visit the church for the first time are very impressed with the reverence, the Spirit of Worship, and also the presence of the Love of God that is experienced during the service.