We know that attending church for the first time can be intimidating. You are just curious and don’t want to stick out.
Here are a few questions we can answer for you right now:
1. Do I have to be a Christian to attend?
No. We are a church for people who don’t go to church. We have purposefully created a safe and open environment for you to get all your questions answered as well as allowing you the opportunity to discover what the Bible says and who Jesus is.
2. Do I need to be a member?
Many people have contacted us, prior to their first visit, to ask if they need to be a member to attend. Not at all, in fact, we don’t have membership. There is nothing you need to do to visit Life Bridge.
3. What should I wear?
We don’t have a dress code and there are no expectations. Well, maybe one….Please, don’t come naked. Most of the people on stage and in the audience dress very casually
4. What about my kids?
We have an incredible and secure children’s ministry for children Newborn – 5th grade called UPSTREET. We promise, they are going to love it! If it is your first weekend with us, you may want to come 10 min early to get them all checked in before the service begins. After your first visit, children’s check-in is a piece of cake.
5. What about my kids 6th grade and up?
We work hard at engaging everyone 12 to 85 years old during our weekend services. We figure if the students like it then the adults are going to love it! Also, on Wednesday evenings, we have an environment just for our teens. Check out our Life Bridge Student Ministries page for middle school and high school students.
6.How long are the services and what happens?
All of our services are identical and last about an hour. We have a live band and an engaging teaching from the Bible.
7. Will I stick out?
No. We are a growing church and have many visitors each weekend. Again, we know it’s intimidating to be a newbie. We have designed each of our weekend experiences around visitors so that they might feel as comfortable as possible. We are just glad your coming!