Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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What should I wear? 

Our dress code is relaxed and informal, which means that you can wear shorts if you prefer a more comfortable outfit.

I’m still in my addiction – will I be welcome?

Feel free to come as you are. You’ll be among friends.

I’ve been in recovery for years but have slipped up. Will I be welcome?

We believe the Church should welcome those who need a second, third, fourth, or fifth chance. Many of us have been in your shoes and require forgiveness and encouragement regularly.

What can I expect during worship?

We are a group of Believers in Jesus Christ who do not belong to any specific denomination. Our typical worship gathering includes a time of welcome and visitation, followed by songs, scriptures, and an inspiring message from the Bible. Levi Kitchen and Jarred Wineinger lead our congregation in worship.

Will I have to speak?

You will not be required to participate in any way that makes you feel uncomfortable. However, if you have any prayer requests or praise reports to share, you will have the opportunity to do so.

Will I have to stand up and say my name and my addiction and give you my contact information?

“Rest assured, you won’t be asked to share any personal information during the worship service. However, in our Remedy (12 Step) meeting that follows, you will be placed in a confidential small group where you can choose to share as much or as little as you feel comfortable with.”

Will I have to give money?

As visitors, we want you to feel welcome and comfortable while attending our church. We do collect offerings during our services to support the various needs of our church community. However, we want to make it clear that you are not obligated to make any contributions. Our main priority is your experience with us, and we hope that you leave feeling uplifted and fulfilled.

Do you offer communion?

At the conclusion of our weekly worship service on Saturday night, we offer the sacraments of bread and juice to all those who wish to participate in communion with Christ. We do not serve wine, but we extend a warm welcome to everyone who desires to partake in this sacred ritual.

I’m not a Christian – or I’m not sure if I am.  Am I welcome?

We would be delighted to have you join us for our worship service and the following Remedy (12-step) meeting. If you prefer to attend only the Remedy meeting, it commences at 8:00 p.m. We look forward to welcoming you.

I have a few more questions, who can I ask?

You can email us at or call David Sims at (903) 241-1322.