When you are visiting any church for the first time, the unknown factors can make you a little nervous. We do not want unanswered questions to cause you needless anxiety so we have attempted to provide answers to some common questions such as: Where do I go? What
time do I show up? What’s here for my kids? What do I wear? What can I expect?
We want to put you at ease. We want your first visit to Twin City Baptist Church to be refreshing, friendly, and memorable for your whole family. You may find the following information to be helpful as you plan your visit.
Where do I Go?
When you arrive at Twin City Baptist Church there will be someone to greet you at the entrance. Sunday School starts at 10 a.m. and we have classes for every age! We have two adult Sunday School classes that you may choose to attend.
The morning service begins at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary. You may choose to have your children remain with you for the entire service or at the announced time they are invited to attend a service designed especially for children. We also have a nursery available for infants through 3 years of age.
What Should I Wear?
There is not a strict dress code at Twin City Baptist Church for our members or guests. Our Pastor and Ministry Leaders and many of our church members dress in a more traditional “Sunday-Best” style of dress. Typically the men wear a nice dress shirt with or without a necktie and a pair of nice dress slacks. The women wear modest apparel appropriate for worship in God’s house. However, our main goal is that you feel welcome and comfortable for your visit.
What Can I Expect in the Service?
Every service gives you an opportunity to join us in singing hymns and spiritual songs as a congregation.
We are a church that believes in prayer. Throughout the service, prayers are led by different men who are members of the church. Some of these prayers deal with the needs and requests of our church family and friends, while others simply praise and thank God for His goodness and faithfulness.
During each service, we have a time where our members have an opportunity to give an offering to the Lord. While you are welcome to participate in the offering if you desire, we want you to know that we do not expect your participation. Please do not feel any obligation to participate in the offering as a guest.
At every public worship service, you will be blessed to hear beautiful music presented by our choir, various singing groups, and soloists.
We consider the preaching and teaching of the Word of God to be the most important time of the service. We believe that the best help you can get comes from the instruction you receive from the Word of God.
At the end of the preaching, Pastor Peoples will ask everyone to join in an invitation. This is a time for many to respond and make a life-changing decision by walking down the aisle and praying at the altar. A decision may be to trust Jesus Christ as personal Saviour or to become a better Christian. Whatever your decision may be, the altar is open to you to come forward with others that will make decisions.
If you would like someone to pray for you or would like to make your decision public, men and women from our counseling team will be available to pray with you and help you at the altar.
We Invite You To Come Visit Us!
If you cannot come on Sunday morning then we invite you to visit us on Sunday evening at 5 pm or Wednesday evening at 7 pm.