FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FAQ

Do I have to be Baptist to attend Green Valley Baptist Church?
What should I wear?
What are your services like?
Do you observe the Lord’s Supper (Communion)?
What do you have for my children?
What part do politics play in your sermons, events, teachings, etc.?
How do I become a member?
Do I have to be Baptist to attend Green Valley Baptist Church?

In a word- NO. Less than half of our church attenders come from a Baptist background. Green Valley is a Bible-based church. We teach, preach, and train ourselves to live out the truth of Scripture in our everyday lives. Our focus is for us all to be followers of Christ.

What should I wear?

We dress casual.  We believe that what a person looks like on the outside is not nearly as important as what is on the inside.  At Green Valley, you will see blue jeans, khakis, skirts, suits and even shorts.  Dress however you feel comfortable.

What are your services like?

We strive to create an environment for worship where people are encouraged to experience the presence of God. At our 8:00AM service the music reflects the hymns of our faith. At our 9:30 and 11AM services, our music style is an expression of contemporary culture yet is driven by lyrics that reflect our reverence to an awesome and holy God. Our messages are Bible based, creative, and offer practical insights to relevant issues that concern everyone.

Do you observe the Lord’s Supper (Communion)?

Yes, we do! In our 8am Gospel service, we observe the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of every month.

On the first Sunday of the month of each new quarter, we observe the Lord’s Supper in all three services.

What do you have for my children?

We have ministries and activities that cover every age group from birth to 12th grade.

Check our Children’s Ministry from birth to 5th grade.

Check our Student Ministry for grades 6th-12th.

What part do politics play in your sermons, events, teachings, etc.?

Our pastors do not preach on politics, or publicly share their opinions, or tell the congregation what they should or should not think or believe regarding politics. We teach the Bible and encourage others to go by what the Bible says.

How do I become a member?

We have a Membership Class every two months where you have lunch at a table with one of the pastors to get to know them. You will learn more about our church, our history, our pastors, volunteer positions, and how to know you are saved. Pastor Rob would rather every believer be confident their name is on God’s list, than any church’s list, so he reads through the small booklet Knowing Christ. At the end of the class you will have the opportunity to sign a commitment card to become a member. (Childcare is provided, and the kids are fed lunch, too.)

The next Membership Classes are Mar 8, 2020 and May 3, 2020.

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