visiting

What to expect

When you come to chooselife CHURCH we do our best to provide the highest quality of ministry possible for every age from newborn babies to the oldest, most mature senior citizens. Before and after our services The Cafe and The Filling Station Bookstore are open for your enjoyment and spiritual enhancement. Whether you would like a fresh cup of coffee to get the morning going or a brand-new Bible or Christian CD, we are ready to serve you right when you walk into our doors.


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If you have children

We have amazing church for every age, children included! When you enter our facility you will notice a bus to the right of our foyer, that is where you want to head. We have volunteers there that will help you check your child into their age-appropriate classroom so they can hear an amazing message right at their level! Our goal is for every child to know and experience the love of God in a fun, impacting way! We guarantee your child will have a blast!

Adult ministry

Our services begin with praise and worship. It's loud, it's passionate and definitely not for entertainment. Our desire is to prepare our hearts to receive the Word of God as we exalt our Father God and loving Savior Jesus Christ, NOT the gifts or talents of men. Don't like it too loud? No worries, simply ask one of our ushers for a pair of ear plugs. 


After praise and worship Pastor Dean always spends several minutes talking about money and how we can walk in the abundant life Jesus paid for us to have. This time is very important because if we don't hear the truth, we cannot have what Jesus paid for us to have. We know that according to 2 Corinthians 8:9 that Jesus was made poor (relative to where He came from) so that we could be rich, and we believe God wants your life on earth to be abundant. 


Last but not least, Pastor Dean brings it bold, brings it honestly, and brings it right where you live. He makes the Word of God real and simple to understand, bringing the truth in a way that steps on your toes but has you laughing while he does. He loves God and has been devoted to Him and this community now for over 28 years.

What about communion?

Communion is the first Wednesday as a church. Want to take Communion during another service? Simply alert an usher (someone wearing a "Welcome Home" shirt) in your section and they provide you with Communion cups!

TEND TO GET COLD DURING SERVICE?

No problem, just alert one of our ushers (someone wearing a "Welcome Home" shirt) or pick up a blanket when you walk through the doors of our sanctuary. Then, return the blanket to the usher in your section on your way out.