New Visitors Guide
How big is our church?
Our church is a medium size church with about 100-150 attending every sunday.
Our church isn't huge, so it's easy to get to know people and feel like a family, but not too small where you feel like you're the only one there.
our address is:
658 N. 8th Street
Albia Iowa 52531
Head toward Eddyville on Hwy 137 and take the road on the right, right before the sports complex, follow the black top a block and make a right onto gravel. You will see us from there.
If you're in the middle middle of a corn field, you have found us!
What are service times?
The service starts at 10:00am and ends at 11:30
What do I wear?
Our church would be considered casual.
Do not let this stop you from dressing up.
Whatever you feel more comfortable in is what we want you to wear.
If a pair of jeans and a t-shirt is what makes you happy, then wear that, if you feel better in your Sunday vest and dress then that is ok too. You will fit in fine either way.
What happens in a service?
A service always starts out with worship.
We do five songs and all the words are up on the wall so that if you don't already know the song, you still know what is going on. You can stand as we sing songs but are also welcome to sit down if it is more comfortable for you.
All verses during the service are put up on the big screen, but we always encourage bringing your bible, whether it be in book form, on your phone or tablet
What do my kids do?
We have ministries for every age group of kids.
We have a nursery that is seperated into two different age groups so that the infants are separate from the toddlers.
We have "childrens church" for kids 3-5 that starts after two songs and goes till the end of church where your kids sings songs, learn a bible story and color a picture.
Junior church is for grades 1-3. That happens during the sermon so that they can learn on thier own level.
**All of these ministries are available every week.
Will I be asked to give money?
We take up an offering every Sunday during the worship service right after announcments. The plates are passed around.
No one is made to give and no one notices if you don't.
If, and what you give is between you and God.