FAQ - Two Cities Church

What can I expect when I visit?

Our nick-name “The Church for the unchurched and dechurched” was no accident. It was coined by those who recognize that we have created an environment free of the obstacles, distractions & hindrances that may otherwise keep you from church, and perhaps, a relationship with the Living God.

Let’s start by throwing out your previous expectations … because to begin with, we have no expectations of you. Come as you are. That’s what God said. Why would we require more than He does?

Come enjoy 65 minutes of celebration followed by a casual “after party” where you can meet some people, grab a cup of coffee and maybe even enjoy a donut! You’re in for engaging music, a relevant message, and a welcoming community. We’d love to host you and your family.

Is the teaching Bible-based? Will the message be relevant to my life?

The messages are indeed Bible-based and practical, to help you deal with real life issues. What you learn on the weekend, you’ll be able to use during the week.

What if I have small children?

At Two Cities children are very important. We know it is important for parents to have a SAFE learning environment. We also know that it is extremely important for kids to have a FUN environment. We’re happy to tell you that we have both, and your kids are going to love it! Both Waumba Land and UpStreet are staffed with loving volunteers ready to share the Word of God and the Love of God with your family.

What if I have teenagers?

Students that are in the 7-12 grades engage in three primary ways.

  • They attend our services because they are relevant to them as well.
  • They engage in strategic service, because studies have shown that students who serve tend to pursue a life-long faith after graduation.
  • We have gatherings for students during the week. Contact us for details.

What Should I wear?

What are you comfortable in? You’ll see every style of dress at Two Cities, but what you will notice is that we aren’t pretentious and we aren’t impressed! We’re more concerned with meeting your real life needs than with what you wear. Dress casually and you’ll fit right in. Remember? God said, “Come as you are.”