How do I get there?
LifePoint Church is located at 8540 Combs Rd. For complete directions, please view our Times & Location page.
What should I wear?
On Sunday’s at LifePoint, we’re more concerned with our relationship with God and how that is expressed through worship, not with what you wear. We’re obviously concerned that dress is appropriate for our culture and modest, but not about formal or informal. Some wear shorts and sandals, and a few wear dresses, slacks and ties. Dress up or dress comfortably, and either way, you will fit in.
What do I do when I get inside the church?
If you'd like some help finding your way around the church, visit the round Information Center inside the main entrance. Our First Impressions team will be glad to help you find a seat in the Worship Center, find a classroom for your children or an adult class for yourself, or answer any other questions you may have.
What is available for my kids?
What should I expect in worship?
You'll enjoy a time of corporate worship through contemporary praise music and Biblical messages grounded in God's Word designed to help us gain a better understanding of who God is and what it means to live out the Christian life every day. Worship services are at 9:00 & 10:45 a.m. each Sunday. Our services are identical in both style and format.
What do you believe as a church?
View our Statement of Faith for more information.
What do you offer outside of Sunday morning services?
If you are looking for ways adults can get more connected, please visit the Men, Women, and Life Group pages. If you are looking for ways to help children and youth get connected, check out the Children and Student sections of our site.
Why don't you pass offering plates during the worship services?
We do not pass an offering plate during our services with the hope that our guests will not feel pressured to give. Instead, we provide offering boxes in the back of the Worship Center where those who are committed to our ministry may exercise this aspect of their stewardship privately and without compulsion in keeping with the teaching of the New Testament (II Corinthians 9:7).
Do you have communion?
In accordance with our belief that Jesus taught us to regularly remember His sufferings and death and gave us the bread and cup as reminders, we celebrate communion on the last Sunday of each month.