Why attend church?
Some people today don’t see the importance of attending church regularly. They say it’s old-fashioned or not necessary or not important. Church attendance is an opportunity for people to be encouraged and blessed as well as to be part of group praise and worship of our great God. We build up one another with our fellowship and testimonies. We are encouraged to “not forsake the assembling of ourselves together” (Hebrews 10:25) and meeting together regularly was what the early church did (Acts 2:46). In today’s times it only makes sense to press in and draw closer to the Lord instead of just drift along. We would ask those who have decided that church attendance isn’t necessary for a strong relationship with our Lord to pray about it. Ask the Lord to show you what you need to do. If you do that from a sincere heart, we look forward to seeing you soon! God Bless.
Some Benefits of Church Attendance
- Be a part of group praise and worship
- Be encouraged and exhorted by a great bible based sermon from an anointed speaker
- Fellowship with brothers and sisters in Christ
- Be a part of and/or calling on our prayer chain for special prayer in time of need
- Be present and able to receive when the Holy Spirit moves in the services
- Participate in communion
- Have a Pastor. Someone you can talk to. Someone who will pray for you and with you. Someone who will come and visit you and your family when in the hospital. Someone who will rejoice with you when there’s a birth and someone who will mourn with you and comfort you if there’s a death.