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Fennville Assembly of God
What to Expect
What to Expect
We want everyone to feel welcome to worship with us, and we understand how trying someplace new can be daunting, so here's a little about what you can expect when you come to Fennville AG!
We love kids! We have a nursery for the little ones and offer school-style lessons for children over two. We want your children to enjoy church and learn about the God Who loves them. All of our volunteers are "battle-tested" parents and grandparents who have also passed an annual background check. Your kiddos can opt to stay in the service if they want to participate in worship time and the sermon. All are welcome!
At the beginning and end of our services, we will engage in worshipping God through music. We invite everyone to participate at their own level of comfort. Our style is contemporary, but that doesn't mean you won't ever hear a classic hymn of the faith thrown into the mix! We try to keep our songs in line with radio hits so that you can learn the songs throughout the week too. If you ever want to know what songs we are doing you can listen to our current top-songs playlist on Spotify.
Come as you are! You will see several people in casual outfits. Some wear their nicest jeans and coats, and even one or two wear a suit and tie. The most controversial thing that you may encounter is the jersey from a rival sports team. We apologize for this, but healthy goading is always fun! The only thing that we ask is that you think twice before wearing socks with your sandals, just because that is a poor fashion choice.
Our service tends to last about an hour. We start with worship through music, enter into a time of prayer and then hear a teaching from God's word. There are Bibles for you to use (or take home if you don't have a copy of your own!) and the scripture is displayed on the screens. We also have Bibles in Spanish for our bilingual amigos/amigas.
Pastor Keith will do his best to say hi to you but don’t feel any pressure, and don’t let his hair scare you.
We're committed to honoring our community and the government in response to the coronavirus. Given the most recent recommendations, we are not requiring masks, but you are welcome to wear one, and we will honor your choice. Currently, we have increased cleaning, offer hand sanitizer, and will not be offended if you do not feel like a hug or handshake. Some people are huggers, but all the introverts have said silent hallelujahs that hugs and handshakes are not standard in a COVID world. We may have invented elbow bumps instead of handshakes, but we can't seem to get the credit.
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