Frequently Asked Questions

What makes LifeSpring unique?
LifeSpring Community Church adheres to a unique philosophy of ministry. Our Sunday morning  service presents the timeless truths of Christianity in a way that impacts people in their lives today. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, you can grow in your understanding of God and His Word on Sunday morning.  In addition, we have a variety of small groups (Home Groups) that meet weekly in homes throughout the community, fostering both relationships and spiritual growth.
What will the Sunday service be like?
Worship, drama, media presentations, contemporary music, and practical messages are just some of the elements that have been used in LifeSpring’s weekend services. We think you’ll like it!
What should I wear to church? 
Casual clothes are the norm here at LifeSpring! For example, people often wear shorts during the summer and whatever is comfortable for them during the rest of the year. So feel free to leave the suit and tie at home!  However if you want to dress up, that is fine too!
How long are services? 
The Sunday morning service at LifeSpring typically lasts about one and a half hours.
Will I be singled out in any way as a visitor? 
At LifeSpring, you will never be put on the spot, you will never feel pressured to give money (we don’t even pass a basket) and you will never be embarrassed!   Our desire is to simply enjoy our time together as the church family God is building. Let our service be a blessing to you!
Where do my kids go during the service?
For children in grades 1 thru 6, they attend the LifeSpring Children's Church.  
During the church service, we have a nursery avaliable for children 0 to 3 years old and child care for children 4 to 6 years old.

Is LifeSpring a Bible-believing church? 
Yes!  Though somewhat non-traditional in style, LifeSpring Community Church is deeply committed to the eternal truths of the Christian faith!  Our vision is simple: To be a strategic center that exists to reach people with the love and Gospel of Jesus Christ; to raise up disciples and leaders from within, and to reproduce churches. Our mission is equally clear: to passionately pursue God, each other, and those without a church family; encouraging every person to reach their full potential in Christ!

Does LifeSpring belong to an organization of churches?
Yes, LifeSpring is affiliated with Great Commission Churches (GCC), a US based fellowship of churches and ministries united with churches throughout the world around shared values, a common history and especially the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.  GCC promotes conferences and mission opportunities and offers accountability and mediation services for member churches.  Great Commission Churches is a member of the National Association of Evangelicals and the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. For more information about Great Commission Churches log on to