We want your visit to the church to be a pleasant, comfortable, and life-enriching experience. Rest assured, we will do all we can to make you feel at home with us; that means happily answering any question you may have. Let us help you get more familiar with us. Below are some frequently asked questions (FAQ).
For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened. - Luke 11:10
Why do you go to church on Saturday (Sabbath) and not Sunday?
The seventh day Sabbath is a commandment from God (Exodus 20: 8-10). God gave this commandment from the creation of the world (Genesis 2: 1-3). Jesus kept the Sabbath (Mark 6:2 and Luke 4:16). Also, Jesus’ followers kept the Sabbath after his resurrection (Hebrews 4:4-11).
Why does your church wear uniforms?
The uniforms were instituted as holy garments; which serves as an identification as the people of God (Exodus 28:2). The uniforms promote a single standard of dress and an atmosphere of belonging; therefore, the environment becomes less competitive and more focused on worshiping and praising GOD. Please do not feel out of place by the uniforms, and please feel free to dress in attire that is appropriate and comfortable for you.
Why does your church march/prance?
Marching (prancing) is a way of demonstrating praise and worship to God. It is a way of celebrating and expressing the victory Christ has given us to overcome our trials and tribulations.
What are the Seven Keys?
The Seven Keys are the fundamental principles that summarize the doctrine of the church. These principles are used to guide our beliefs and behavior.
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