Thanks for your interest in our church! We want to welcome you and let you know that we are here to serve you. If you decide to visit, here are a few things that you can expect when you walk through our doors.
When do you begin 'public services'?
We are planning our grand opening for Sunday, September 19th. Our services begin at 9:30AM and we will be meeting in the Fellowship Hall of the Reformed Church of Metuchen, located at 150 Lake Ave, Metuchen, NJ. We would love to connect before then, so feel free to email us at email@example.com with any questions you may have.
What should I wear if I visit your church?
We are here for you, no matter how you're dressed. So wear whatever makes you comfortable. That usually changes from week to week depending on the weather, and some people like to dress up for special holidays. But as long as you are wearing clothes, we are happy.
What do you do during your worship service?
After a warm greeting, we start off with singing and some praying to express our gratitude to God. If you have been in church before, you may recognize some of the music. If you only go to church on Christmas and Easter, you will hear a Bible based teaching that reveals the Good News of Jesus, meaning, that we share the good news of God's love in light of the bad news about us.
Will there be instruction for young children?
Yes. We love you AND we love your children. Jesus wanted all of the children to come to Him and we feel the same way about your kids. Our hope is that your young ones will sing and pray right along with the rest of us. Before the sermon starts, we offer an opportunity for any child to join in with our Sons & Daughters gathering. But all children are welcome to stay in the service... even if they may be 'difficult' at times!
Will you ask me to give you any money?
We never ask anyone to give and we always tell our guests not to. Because God has given us everything in Christ, many people want to give and help support our church. So we provide a time during the service for them to do so. However, no one is ever pressured to give because the good news is ALWAYS a free gift. We just want you to come and receive what God gives.