I’m New
 
Welcome DeskGoing someplace new can seem like an intimidating venture. But you are welcomed here and we are excited for you to join us for a time of worship at LifePoint Church.
Hopefully, we can answer some common questions to help make your first visit a relaxing experience so you can feel at home and worship the Lord with us!
Upon your arrival you will be greeted at the “Welcome Center” where you can ask any questions you may have, and someone will be there to help point you in the right direction. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Where do I go when I drive up? What about parking?Outside Church edit
We are located behind the Kmart shopping plaza and across
from “The Press” buildings. There is handicapped parking in the
front of the lot. All other vehicles have access to parking in the
paved lot. There is also available parking in the adjacent “Press” parking lot.
You will enter the church through the double doors
facing the parking lot which open to the “Welcome Center”.
There you will meet ushers and a hostess who will be able to
further direct you throughout the building.
 
 
 
2. What if I have small children (nursery)?
There is a nursery for babies located upstairs behind the sanctuary. There is a “one-way” glass so you can still see the service
and speakers to hear what is happening. There is a changing table, rocking chair and books for quiet time. There is also the toddler class downstairs for children ages up to 4 years. This class is staffed during the 11:00 and 12:00 services. There are toys, books, and videos for the children to enjoy.
 
3. What can my 5-11 Year Old expect?
The Blast Zone is located upstairs in the original building. This
class meets from 11:00 to 11:50 for a time of games, lessons and fun!
Kids from 5-11 love this class! Your child will too.
 
4. What about my middle and high school students?
Souled Out Students (S.O.S.) gather together in the teen chillaxin room in the original building on
Sunday Mornings at 11:00. They hang out together and have fun sharing and learning how to apply
Biblical principles to the situations they face today. Teens today are crying out for help and this is where
they can come and be rescued!
 
 
Sanctuary Middle5. What is a typical service like?
The 12:00 service starts with worship songs sung together by the whole sanctuary. There is a variety of songs the congregation sings, some old and some new, but all praise to God. You may recognize some of the more modern songs such as, “Here I am to worship, “Our God”, “Dancing Generation” or perhaps one of the hymns such as “Amazing Grace” or “The Old Rugged Cross”. Each week varies as the worship team is led by the “spirit of God”. Each member of the team, whether it is on
the guitar, bass, drums, keyboard or organ use their instrument to worship God as well as each singer lifting their voice to sing praises to God.

 

After the song service, the pastor brings a word of encouragement to the congregation. The
message he has prepared will speak to your heart and often times people find answers they were
searching for. At the conclusion of the message, there is a time to gather at the front of the sanctuary to
reflect on what we heard for that day and allow the spirit of God to further minister to our hearts. If you
need prayer someone will pray with you. Following the altar service, upcoming events are announced and
an offering received as everyone is dismissed.

 
6. What are your service times?Church Interior
Every Sunday morning at 11:00 A.M. to 11:45 A.M. we gather together with each age group going into separate
teach points. Adults can choose the main teachpoint session, or the Firm Foundations teach point.
 
 We come back together at 12:00 for a time of worship as a family in the main sanctuary.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 we gather together for Bible Study, Youth Night, Bible Study Fellowship or
“60 Minutes of Fire” or Small Groups. Check the monthly calendar or the current newsletter for a specific Wednesday service.
 
Every service is interpreted for the deaf.