What do I wear?
Come as you are. We care about you—not what you wear. One thing you won't find much of around here—ties. Guys, you can leave your ties at home. Come comfortable.
How much does it cost to go to LIFEChurch?
Nothing. We do have an offering every week, but it's not for people who are checking out the church. LIFEChurch Fort Bend is supported financially by the people who have chosen to make it their church home. You won't find us trying to squeeze cash out of you every time you walk through the door. Giving should never flow out of compulsion or guilt.
Why do church in a non-traditional way?
Absolutely nothing is wrong with traditional churches. People need to worship in places that meet their needs and speak their language, as well as places that will give them a strong foundation in faith. Every culture and generation must take the timeless truths of the Bible and work to communicate them in a way that connects with people. Our goal is not to be different for difference sake but to present God's love to the people in this community in ways that speak to them. That's why at times in our services, you may experience the message as much through music or videos as through the speaker.
Why do you make such a big deal about getting into a small group?
Because we believe that's where our lives change the most. That's where we are going to grow. When we get together regularly with the same group of people, where you are known, loved, celebrated, and served, that's when you are really experiencing church the way Jesus intended it. You will miss out on the most exciting part of LIFEChurch if you never even check out a small group.
Do you have Communion?
We celebrate Communion every Sunday. If you're a baptised Christ-follower, you are invited to participate, however, you don't have to receive Communion, as you choose.
Do I need to be baptized?
Jesus himself gave baptism to the Christian Church. It is a means by which we are officially joined to Him and His mission to reach the world. Baptism is the way we publicly acknowledge Jesus as the Lord and Savior of our life.
Do I need to be re-baptized?
If you have been baptized in another Christian denomination or baptized as a child you do not have to be re-baptized. You can choose to re-affirm your commitment to Jesus, but it isn't necessary to be re-baptized unless you choose to do so.
What about infants or children being baptized?
It's tough to be a kid these days. The only thing tougher might be being a parent. So where do you start? What do you do? LIFEChurch Fort Bend partners with parents in taking the first step toward leading their child to become a fully devoted Christ-follower. This is accomplished through a baptism experience where parents come before the church to commit to raise their child in a way that points toward Christ. As they make this commitment the LIFEChurch family pledges support in the area of parenthood.