FAQ's about Lifespring
We are a church that is all about becoming more like Jesus. The longer answer is that Lifespring is a non-denominational church in the historic tradition of the Restoration Movement. From our church, we elect elders who provide direction and oversight for Lifespring.
To be welcomed, loved, and treated as a valued member of God’s family. Our three Sunday morning worship times are 8:45 (traditional), 10:00 and 11:15. The same practical message from the Bible is given in each service.
They are uplifting and relevant to everyday life—with time for reflection. The contemporary services are upbeat, with a band leading the songs. The Traditional Service is hymn-based with choirs performing. Each service runs about an hour and contains singing, biblical messages, communion, and offering. You can also check out our messages online.
At Lifespring, we welcome you to come as you are. You will see as much variety in dress as you see in people. At our 8:45 a.m. Traditional Service you will see more ties and dresses, while at the 10:00 and 11:15 a.m. contemporary services you will see more T-shirts and jeans.
Yes. Communion is an integral part of worship at Lifespring. It is the memorial Jesus gave to remind us of the price he paid–His life–for our sins. We take communion at each of our worship services. Anyone who is a follower of Jesus is invited to participate.
While there is no obligation, there will always be an opportunity to give during a worship service (or online). No one is watching to see who gives and who does not. At Lifespring, we view giving as a chance to give back to God some of the blessings He has given us.
YES! We love coffee too and provide plenty of it (and tea too). You are encouraged to pour a cup and bring it with you into the auditorium as we worship.
We love kids! Age-appropriate programming is provided for kids during the 10:00 and 11:15 a.m. services. Lifespring Kids’ programming is high-energy, interactive, relational, and just plain fun. Caring and enthusiastic adult leaders are properly trained and screened to provide a safe and God-centered Sunday experience for your child.
The teen years are formative ones. Making good friends, having stable role models and hearing practical messages from the Bible can make a world of difference to help teens deal with the many pressures they face. At 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, there are classes for both Junior High and Senior High students. Staff and volunteer leaders recognize their responsibility to be good examples for your student. At Lifespring we look forward to walking with you through those developmental years.