Visiting a new church can be intimidating: What should I wear? Where do my kids go?
In order to help you feel more comfortable when you visit, we have tried to answer some questions you may have in advance. If you choose to worship with us, there will be people available to assist you. If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
What should I expect when visiting?
We hope you will feel welcomed during your visit with us! Our people love the Lord and want to see God glorified in all that we do. During each of the services there will be a time of singing as well as a time of worship when the Pastor will share the word of God and encourage us in Christ.
What should I wear?
While there are no dress requirements at Faith, most still dress in our “Sunday Best”. We believe what we wear should honor God.
What about childcare?
Children are welcome in all of the services. We do provide a nursery during all of the services for children under 3 if needed. We also have classes for children during the Sunday School hour on Sunday mornings.
I am new to Church, what are the services about?
Each of our services are conducted with the general goal of worshipping our Savior Jesus Christ. Each service accomplishes this goal through more focused methods.
Sunday School – Is a time of learning about God’s word in a little bit more of a focused way and is intended to address the specific needs of each person based on their age and life stage, and is broken up into smaller groups.
Sunday Morning Worship – Is a time of Corporate worship where the church as a whole sings songs of worship and hears a message from the Pastor that draws them to make a decision concerning their relationship with God.
Sunday Evening Worship – Is similar to the morning worship service and involves singing songs and listening to the Pastor preach a message from the Bible.
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting – Is a little bit different than the Sunday services in that it is primarily focused on prayer. It will have singing like the Sunday services as well as a time of preaching, but the message will typically be shorter and there will be a time after the preaching for the Church to share prayer requests and praises, followed by a time for the church to lift those requests and praises to God in prayer.