- About Us
- Young Adult
- Reaching Out
- Serving the Community
- Sharing the Good News
- Reaching the World
Q: What should I wear?
A: Wear whatever makes you comfortable. You will see a variety of different styles of clothing in our church family. Some are comfortable worshiping in their "Sunday best." Some are comfortable worshiping in casual clothes. We care more about connecting people to God than we do about their clothes.
Q: What kind of church is this?
A: We are not part of any denomination. We are part of a movement that is designed to restore the Christian faith as it is found in the New Testament in the Bible. We are completely free to follow God's Word and God's leading for our church without having to consult with any denominational hierarchy. We do not believe that we are the only Christians who will be saved. We're just trying to follow God's Word and to carry out His purposes to the best of our ability.
Q: What is "communion" and why do you offer it every week?
A: Communion (aka The Lord's Supper) is designed to help us remember Jesus' death on the cross. Jesus himself started it with his disciples (Matthew 26:26-29). There is nothing magical about the bread or the juice. They simply serve as reminders for us. The bread reminds us that Jesus' body was brutally beaten and nailed to a cross. The juice reminds us of the blood that spilled out of Jesus' body when he died for us. We offer the Lord's Supper each week because that is what the New Testament church did (Acts 2:42). We do not bar anyone from taking communion. It is the Lord's Supper. Since it's God's and not ours, we don't think we have any right to forbid anyone from taking part. If you believe in Jesus and wish to take part in communion with us, you're welcome to do so. If you're more comfortable not taking part, just pass on the bread and juice trays when they come to you.
Q: What do you have for my kids?
A: We have many young children, and so we understand that young children are not adults! To help you with young children, we also have an attended nursery on Sunday morning, as well as Kingdom Kids for children age three through 4th grade.
Please click here to view information about our Children’s Ministry.
Information about our Teen ministry can be found here.
Q: I've made a lot of mistakes in my life. Will I really be accepted in your church?
A: If you've really messed things up in your life, then you're in good company! We all have made mistakes that we're not proud of. God's grace is the only hope that we have. A lot of people think that they've made so many mistakes "the roof will fall in" if they set foot in a church building. If that were true, our roof would have caved in a long time ago! We're nothing but a group of sinners who have found forgiveness in Jesus Christ. You WILL be welcomed and accepted!
Q: Do you have small groups that meet in homes?
A: Yes we do! Please visit our LIFE Group page for more information. Anyone is welcome to join one of our LIFE Groups that meets in various homes all over the Longmont area.
Q: How many people will be there on Sunday morning?
A: We generally have about 220-250 people in Sunday morning worship.
Just send us an email, and we'll get right back with you.
2.4.19 Monday: Circuit Training 6:30am,
M.O.R.E. 8:30am, Mom's Time Out 9am, Hopelight Clinic 9-3, Crescendo
Club 4pm, Yoga Flow 4pm, Elder's Meeting 6pm, Deacon's Meeting 7pm
2.5.19 Tuesday: Men's Bible Study 6:30am,
Ladies Bible Study 10am, Hopelight Clinic 9-3, Crescendo Club 3:30pm,
Tutoring Center 4-6pm, Yoga Flow 5:30pm
2.6.19 Wednesday: Circuit Training 6:30am,
Hopelight Clinic 8-5, Chair Yoga 10am, Crescendo Club 4pm, Healthy
Habits 5:45pm, Bible Classes 7pm
2.7.19 Thursday: M.O.R.E. 8:30am,
Hopelight Clinic 9-7, Yoga Flow 5:30pm, Crescendo Club 3:30pm, Tutoring
Center 4-6pm, Hopelight Recovery 7pm
2.8.19 Friday: Circuit Training 6:30am, Healthy Habits 8am, Hopelight Clinic 8-5
2.10.19 Sunday: Bible Classes 9am, Worship 10am, Spanish Class 11am Spanish Worship 11:50am