Frequently Asked Questions
What should I expect when I visit LifePoint?
When you come to LifePoint you will find a warm, relaxing and welcoming environment for your whole family. We really are glad to see you. We feature modern worship with a full worship band and teaching/preaching that will not only encourage but will also challenge you in your pursuit of God.
How should I dress for church?
We encourage you to dress modestly, yet comfortably. Many within our congregation feel comfortable wearing jeans with casual attire. At LifePoint, we won't judge your appearance. Come as you are and experience the love and grace of Jesus Christ!
What time does service start?
Our Sunday morning worship service starts at 10:30 with our Children's ministry meeting in the basement. Our church has a very laid back and contemporary feel. Even if you're running a few minutes late, we'd still love to have you join us! We also have Bible Studies for men, women and children on Sunday nights at 6:00, and family night with ministries for everyone every Wednesday evening at 7:00. Come right in, grab a bottle of water or a cup of coffee with our assorted flavor of creamers from our coffee bar. Everyone is welcome to worship with us! We'll make you feel right at home.
What about my children? Do you have anything available for them?
Our LifeKids children's ministries meets in the basement where they enjoy high energy worship, puppets and our very own life-sized mascot, Rovercomer! Kids from preschool through 5th grade will love our personalized puppet stage and 70 inch high definition screen. There is also a preschool and nursery available for infants through 4 years of age. Kids love our children's ministry and can't wait to come back!
Can I be baptized at LifePoint?
At LifePoint we believe baptism is important for every believer of Jesus Christ. Although we don't believe it guarantees salvation, we do believe it is important to obey Christ's command to "repent and be baptized." If you would like to be baptized, talk to the pastor for more information and instruction. Baptisms are generally done on Sunday mornings after our worship service.