- What is the direction of your church?
- We have three emphases in our church direction: proclaiming the good news of Jesus’ salvation; strengthening lives of people, families, and children; and building up believers to serve God. Through various and sometimes changing means, we attempt to continually strive to live out these goals. (For more information on what we believe, see our Beliefs page.)
- What happens Sunday mornings?
- We meet for a little over an hour at 12412 Cedar Road to worship, sing songs, and hear a message from the Word of God. We usually spend a little time together and snack a little after the message is over, so you can stay longer if you like. Read more about Sunday worship.
- Where do you stand on political issues?
- In our messages you will not hear anything about political issues. As a church we do not have a particular stand. But if you interview each of us individually, you will find a wide spectrum of views.
- If I visit your church will I be asked to give money?
- We do not pass a plate, but simply have a box in the room where people can place their financial offerings. We encourage all those who are regularly with us to go before the Lord and to give as the Lord leads.
- What should I wear to your church service?
- Casual dress is fine. Some people dress up and others dress casually. Please feel free to come as you are. Read more about Sunday worship.
- I’m afraid to visit you because I don’t know anybody. What should I do?
- A friendly greeter will meet you at the door and welcome you to our service. We get to know most people by name after their first visit, so relax, step in the door and we will gladly make you feel comfortable. If you have more time after our service, you may want to come over to one of our houses for lunch to get to know us more. Read more about our other meetings.
- What about my kids?
- Our music is lively, invigorating, and can be engaging for the whole family. Therefore, we have all the children join us for the singing portion of our service. Afterwards, we have an awesome program for your children that teaches lessons on character, Bible stories, and incorporates fun crafts and other activities. After your children attend our children’s program once, they will want to drag you back the next week.
We invite junior high and high school age children to stay in our entire service. We feel that our message is interesting, relevant, and receivable by them.
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What if I have more questions?You can comment on this page with questions, and we will answer them here. You can also email us your questions.