What to Expect
When you attend a large megachurch it is easy to know what to expect. You are expected to be a watcher and a listener. Everything is done for you, everything runs smoothly, and you can observe and evaluate according to your own interests, impressions and thoughts. Nothing against very large churches – some people prefer that experience.
When you attend a normal sized church like our’s it is harder to know what to expect (95% of churches in America are under 350 people, only about one half of one percent of all churches in American are megachurches). But you may find that you prefer it.
So here is what is expected of you at Scofield Church.
You are expected to be a participant. Greet others, worship, drink coffee with us after the service, and go to a community group in the second hour after worship. Be open to relationships. And if you see something that needs being done, do it. If you see someone who needs help, help them. If you have a question, ask it. We are glad to talk with you about your questions.
Open a door, pick up something someone has left behind, thank the workers in the nursery, put stuff away, jump in, feel free to join in. You are welcome here, as a participant.
You will find that we are friendly and hungry to learn about God, our Savior, the Lord Jesus, and also hungry to learn about YOU and YOUR journey. You are invited to the meaningful process of discipleship and Christian growth. Please feel welcome to join with us in worship, prayer, Bible Study, fellowship and Christian service. You will find that we all have things in common, we are all seeking God and learning from His Word. You can find a place here.
Welcome to Scofield Church.