Whether you are a spiritual skeptic, curious about Christianity, or a committed follower of Christ you are not only welcome here but wanted. We strive to be an authentic community of faith, meaning that it’s OK to express doubts, struggle with faith and that we will encourage each other to seek Jesus. Jesus knew that we were all asking questions and searching for fulfillment—that we are thirsty. He said, “If anyone is thirsty, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, streams of living water will flow from within him.” (John 7:37-38)
What should you expect?
You can expect friendly people to greet you at the door and give you a worship bulletin. Once you find a seat you should feel the freedom to participate actively in our worship or to just listen and observe.
Some of you may be thinking, “My experience of church and religion has only been one of boredom, irrelevance, and hypocrisy. Is this church any different?” We are by no means a perfect church; however, we seek to be engaging, relevant, and authentic. We know you may be satisfied, seeking, or skeptical. We are all at some point in a journey.
The philosopher, and one-time atheist, C.S. Lewis claims that the Christian faith is either of ultimate importance or of no importance whatsoever. The one thing it cannot be is “marginally important".
We hope this will be a new season for you to come investigate the claims of Christ in the context of Spring Run Presbyterian Church and come to your own conclusions.
What will my kids do during worship?
Children of all ages are welcome to participate in our worship service. Nursery is available at both the Worship + Sunday School times. Our nursery is a clean and safe environment for children ages infant to 3 years old. We do background checks on all our volunteers working with children and have proper check-in and check-out procedures to ensure your child’s safety. Children are lovingly cared for during this time.
What should I wear?
Most people come to Spring Run dressed casually; khakis, jeans, and a collared shirt.
How can I get connected?
There are many ways to get connected at Spring Run. Here are a few options:
Check out a Community Group. A Community Group is a gathering of eight to fifteen people (including their kids) meeting in homes throughout our community at various times during the week. A Community Group involves elements of learning about the Christian faith, prayer, and sharing in each other’s joys and burdens in life.
Check out our Student Ministries for Middle and High School kids.