Frequently Asked Questions
What denomination are you a part of?
FLFC is a non-denominational church committed to encouraging people with the love of God and equipping people with the Word of God for the purpose of influencing others with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
What Should I Wear to Church?
We’re more concerned with meeting your real life needs than with what you wear. Most people will dress in casual weekend attire, some dress in business casual, and a few dress up - so dress how you feel comfortable and you’ll fit right in.
What Can I Expect at a Typical Sunday Service?
Each week you will experience great music, encouraging messages, friendly people and a creative atmosphere here at Faith Life Family Church. Oh, did we mention our complimentary coffee and tea bar?
Do you Collect an Offering?
Yes, but there is no pressure to give in the offering for visitors or members. Visitors are encouraged to be our guest and find out who we are before making any financial gift.
What kind of Music do you have?
The music is contemporary. There are live musicians and singers who lead the congregation in a time of heartfelt praise and worship.
Do you Raise your Hands During Service?
Yes, you will often see Christians lifting up hands in church while singing or praising God. In Psalms 63:4 David says, "I will bless You as long as I live; I will lift up my hands in Your name." Lamentations 2:19, Psalm 134:2
Do you Pray for the Sick?
Yes, Jesus and His disciples used oil to pray for the sick. In James 5:14 it says, "Is anyone among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord." Other scriptural accounts of this in the Bible are: Mark 16:18, Mark 6:13 and James 5:14
Will I hear speaking in tongues during your services?
You probably will. Speaking in tongues began when the Holy Spirit filled the waiting disciples in Acts 2:4. "And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit was giving them utterance." Today, Christians speak in tongues when they are "baptized" in the Holy Spirit. Some call it a prayer language. Acts 10:46, 1 Timothy 2:8, 1 Corinthians 14:2, 4-5, 13-14, 18, 22 and 39