What is a Bible church?
Including "Bible" in our name simply reflects our belief that the Bible is God's word and is therefore THE guiding document for our church. We strive to accurately study, teach and live out God's word in order to be the people and the church God wants us to be.
What should I expect when I visit your church?
You should expect a warm welcome at the door, friendly people and a casual atmosphere. Our church is made up of people ranging in age, income and ethnicity. There is definitely a place for you!
When are your service times?
We meet on Sunday mornings at 8:45 am and 10:30 am, both services are identical so choose a time that works for you and join us. Click here for more details about our services and here for our location.
What should I wear?
At LBC we have a "come as you are" mentality. Some people dress up while others choose to relax in jeans or shorts. Others choose kind of the "business casual" look. We want you to wear whatever you are comfortable in. Church is not a place where we should have to worry about what to wear. Just come as you are!
What type of music do you play?
We have a contemporary style of music at our services. Our worship band does a great job of leading us in both modern praise songs as well as traditional hymns done in non-traditional ways.
Can I come if I am not a Christian?
Absolutely! At LBC you are welcome to come and explore the claims of Christ in a non-judgmental environment.
How can I have a relationship with Jesus Christ?
The Bible says that if you "confess with your mouth and believe in your heart that Jesus is Lord, you will be saved." That means a person must first recognize their need for a savior by confessing that they are a sinner. Second, a person must believe in Jesus, that His death paid the penalty for their sin and that His resurrection guarantees their eternity in heaven. For more information about beginning a relationship with Jesus Christ, please call us or come and visit with us in person. We would love to help you begin your journey with Christ today!