Questions & Answers
I've never been to church before. Is it ok for me to come visit?
Yes! Absolutely! We welcome everyone with open arms.
I've lived a really messed up life. You have no idea of all the bad things I've done. Is it still ok to come?
Yes! Absolutely. The Bible says that everyone has done wrong things. We believe that sin is sin. Right and wrong. There is no greater or lesser degree of sin. God is willing to forgive it all.
I'm not sure I believe in God. Is it ok for me to come?
Yes! Absolutely. Some of us felt that way too. We saw a difference when we began to understand who God really is.
I've been hurt by a church in the past. Will you hurt me?
Ouch. We're sorry that happened. Unfortunately, every church is made up of people, and people aren't perfect. That's why God is working in us and on us. Our intention is to love as Christ loved us. If we should do something that hurts you, please talk to us about it. We want to make that right.
I'm __________________________. Is it ok for me to come?
(divorced, widowed, Muslim, homeless, hurt, single, gay, a student, from another country....whatever! You fill in the blank.)
Yes, absolutely. We welcome everyone with open arms.
I don't know anything about the Bible. Is it ok to come?
Sure! We welcome you. Come with your questions. We have a beginners class that we teach on Sunday mornings at 9, but we are all willing to talk with you about them. We believe that the Bible is inspired by God, and teaches us about God and how to live.
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The key to it all:
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only son, that whoever believes in him, would not perish, but have everlasting life.
It's not about who you are or what you've done.
It's about what God has done for you. Knowing Him makes all the difference.
Many people are chained to their past: things they've done and things that were done to them. Jesus came to break those chains and provide freedom. Come find that freedom with us.