We know it’s not easy preparing to attend an unfamiliar church. “What will happen? Will they welcome us? What will they make us do? What do we wear? What do they do with the kids? How easy will it be to find?” are all common questions asked when visiting a new church.
Let us ease this process for you. Here are some FAQ’s:
What denomination are you part of?
We are an independent, non-denominational church.
Where and when do you meet?
We meet every Sunday morning at 10:30 – our address is 9970 Ridge Road, New Port Richey, Florida 34654.
Is there enough parking?
Yes. There are spots close to the building in our parking lot as well as a large field you can park in next to the building.
Do you have disabled access?
Yes. There is disability parking available in the parking lot, right by our front door.
Is there a dress code?
No. Come as you are!
How long does your service last?
Our morning worship usually lasts for an hour and a half.
What happens during your Sunday services?
We do what churches have done from the beginning of Christianity: we sing songs and hymns that remind us of who God is and what he has done; we read from the Bible and have it explained to us in a sermon; we pray; and as believers, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper (on the first Sunday of the month) and baptize new believers.
Our worship services aim to re-present or re-tell the gospel story in three movements: glory (coming into God’s presence), gravity (confessing our sin), and grace (seeing and savoring God’s redemption in Christ).
Everyone is welcome to come along and pay us a visit – whether familiar with these things or not.
Do you provide baby and child care?
Our children remain in worship with us until sermon time when (if you’d like) they can go to their own age appropriate Sunday school class. This is available to children from 1 year old to 5th grade.
Hope this has helped, we look forward to seeing you soon!