If you’re planning a visit, you may have questions. Some are answered here, but please feel free to contact us if you don’t see what you’re looking for!
Lifehouse Church meets in Suite A of the “Berkeley Commerce Center” off Route 11 near Spring Mills, WV. Directions are provided through our google maps link, but just look for our sign at the entrance way directly across from Ernie’s Recycling Center. We are located in the same business complex as Lumber Liquidators and Rhythm N Motion Dance Studio.
We’re more concerned about creating a place where people can connect with God and have their needs met, than about what people wear. Most people wear casual weekend attire, so dress however you feel most comfortable, and you’ll fit right in!
Since we meet in a rented space, we have a very casual gathering. Free coffee and refreshments are set up in our cafe area – help yourself! Information is available to you at our welcome table in the lobby, but our hospitality team would also love to meet you in person and introduce you to a few people. If there’s one thing we want to communicate, it’s that you are welcome here – making you feel like your at home.
Each celebration is unique and different, but our goal is the same: we strive to create an atmosphere where people can encounter God through upbeat, contemporary worship, personal prayer, and Bible-based messages. Sometimes this includes using video clips, personal stories, or even providing casual opportunities to talk and pray with one another.
Our Sunday morning celebration is designed for teenagers and adults, so we offer a separate youth program (No Limit Youth) on Sunday evenings. However, we do offer a Children’s Ministry for ages 0-11 during this time that provides an age appropriate Biblical foundation in a fun, exciting and safe environment. Parents are also welcome to keep their children with them in the adult service if that’s their preference.
There are two main opportunities for “LifeHousers” to gather: at Sunday morning celebrations and at “Community (CU) Groups” during the week. We encourage everyone to get involved in a CU Group for in-depth spiritual growth. It’s in CU groups that friendships are developed and discipleship takes on the same characteristics modeled to us through Jesus’ time with His Twelve Disciples. We also have plenty of opportunities to volunteer/serve both at church and within the community.
Upon your arrival, you’ll be given the opportunity to fill out a Guest Card and/or an envelope with your contact information. Most people are leery about giving out their personal information, so we promise that we will keep your information confidential. Our desire for your information is to simply send you a “small gift of thanks” in appreciation for you coming to worship with us, and to also see if you have any questions. That’s it!