Is There a Formal Dress Code? “Come as you are!” City of Faith Church welcomes you to dress comfortably and be yourself. Most people at the “City” dress somewhat casual while others enjoy a more traditional “dressed- up” church attire.
What do you do when you arrive? When you walk into the foyer, there will be an array of information for you to collect and peruse as well as banners announcing the next sermon series by Pastor Sabra. In addition, there is a prayer box placed in the front room. The next room you enter is the main worship sanctuary. The Children’s Church is in an attached adjacent area.
What happens during the service of worship? The sermon series hand-out (the program) gives you an idea of what to expect during your time here. You will also receive a “Get Connected” card as well as a donation envelope. All information will be asked to be sown into the decisions basket during that time of service. This information allows Pastor Sabra and the City of Faith Church team to learn a little bit more about you and gives them permission to follow-up during the week.
Is it required that I speak or interact during service? City of Faith offers an atmosphere allowing you to connect with God and His people. The level and style of that interaction is created to be an open discussion forum. Pastor Sabra and the City of Faith Church family encourage you to participate at your comfort level. Worship at “The City” is a time to sing, pray, read scripture, laugh, hear stories of how God has transformed people's lives, and learn the Word of God with biblical accuracy and clear life instructions for today.
Are Children Welcome? City of Faith Church welcomes children of all ages to join us. You will find a Nursery hosting expecting mothers, infants and toddlers. In addition, our C.R.E.W. ministry is open to all children, ages 4-12, during all Sunday services.
Is there ample parking? There is a parking lot at the front of the facility and overflow in the adjacent south end of the parking area. City of Faith Church monitors the safety of your cars during service.
Will I be forced to give financially? Although financial giving is a foundational aspect of worship, it is a deeply personal action. There is a time during the service where donations and are accepted it is not a requirement of church guests. We ask that you follow your heart and the lead of the Holy Spirit.