how do I start going to church on sundays ?? its all new to me , in a new town , I have no idea how 2 start?

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  • how do I start going to church on sundays ?? its all new to me , in a new town , I have no idea how 2 start?


Answer #1 | 08/02 2014 13:17
Visit a church nearby and ask the religious figure there about attendance to the church. I think you can walk into any church and start attending it because in North Carolina, for a weekend trip, I attended a church I'd never been to before and everyone welcomed me.
Answer #2 | 08/02 2014 13:14
Answer #3 | 08/02 2014 13:36
Most of the time you pitch up on time and just attend. If you are worried, speak to one of the people outside or the door stewards. People are usually very willing to answer your questions (unless it's one of those fringe cults)
Answer #4 | 08/02 2014 13:19
Find out what time the service is on each week and just go, good luck
Answer #5 | 08/02 2014 13:17
oh yes a complex problem. a complex answer is required......just turn up.
Answer #6 | 08/02 2014 15:05
you pick a church and you go to one
Answer #7 | 08/02 2014 14:43
Do some searching on the computer for Churches near you live for service times and information on their beliefs.Then the fun part dress nice or at least business casual and pick a Church to go to and be yourself.If there is music for people sing,dont be afraid to join in and lift up your voice it will draw you closer to God.Get yourself a Bible and get involved with Bible study and or Sunday School.It may take awile to get used to but you will get used to it and love it!You will gain a lot of friends and knowledge about Religion.Good luck and God Bless,Church IS the right place to be every Sunday morning!!
Answer #8 | 08/02 2014 14:21
just go
Answer #9 | 09/02 2014 03:40
Pick a church, find out when the service is, and go. They ought to be welcoming there and help you out with how it all works. I suggest sitting towards the back first time so you can see what everyone else does like when to stand up and sit down.

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