Every Sunday morning, The Point Community Church gathers for worship. The New Testament teaches that the Church is a group of people, not a building or a weekly service. This local expression of the Church, called The Point Community Church, gathers weekly to sing, pray, hear God’s word taught, and to remember Jesus’ death and resurrection through the taking of the Lord’s Supper.
We understand that stepping into a weekly church gathering for the first time can be a little nerve-racking, so we want to help remove some of that nervousness by letting you know what to expect.
What should I wear?
We dress casually as we worship together. You will feel right at home in jeans.
What about the offering?
As a guest who is just checking us out, you will never be put on the spot or asked to give money. Those that call The Point home know that it is their biblical responsibility to support the work of the church through the faithful giving of their tithes and offerings. We normally do not even pass anything for the offering. It is collected in basket in the back during the response time as an act of worship for those that call The Point Community Church home.
How long are the worship services?
Our services last approximately 80 minutes.
What about childcare?
Free, competent, and caring childcare is offered for children from birth to third grade in age-gradient classes that occur during the worship gathering. Babies, toddlers, and pre-kindergarten children can be checked in upon arrival, while the kindergarten to third grade class will be dismissed sometime before the message. More than childcare, we take this opportunity to partner with you, the parent, in laying a foundation of Biblical truth.