Q   What can I expect when I visit? A   You   can   expect   to   find   people   who   love   the   Lord   and   are   gathered   to   worship   God,   study   His   word, and help others to know and love Him better. Q   How will I be treated? A   You   can   be   sure   that   you   will   be   greeted   in   a   warm   and   friendly   manner   by   people   who   are interested in only what is best for you. Q   Will I be asked to do anything? A   You   will   not   be   asked   to   do   anything   which   would   embarrass   you   or   put   you   under   pressure   to   do anything   you   do   not   want   to   do.     All   we   ask   is   that   you   come   to   observe,   listen,   and   participate   to   the extent   you   desire.      (You   might   be   asked   to   fill   out   a   visitor’s   card,   but   whether   you   do   is   entirely   up   to you.) Q   What kind of activities can I expect? A   All   assemblies,   except   the   Sunday   11:00   period   of   worship,   are   conducted   as   Bible   classes   with give-and-take   exchanges   between   the   teachers   and   students   as   the   students   desire.      The   worship period   begins   and   ends   with   brief   prayers,   and   in   between   there   are   the   singing   of   several   hymns,   a sermon, the Lord’s Supper, and the collection of funds from members. Q   Are people of all races and religions welcome? A   The   racial   composition   of   the   church   is   as   mixed   as   the   New   Jersey   communities   in   which   its members    live.        The    church    seeks    and    welcomes    visitors    from    all    racial,    ethnic,    and    religious backgrounds. Q   How should I dress when I visit? A   The   church   has   no   formal   dress   code   or   uniforms   and   is   much   more   interested   in   a   person   than   his or   her   clothes.      Yet,   it   also   appreciates   those   who   seek   to   express   their   sense   of   the   seriousness   of the   public   worship   of   God   by   appropriately   modest   and   respectful   attire.      Since   members’   clothing styles   range   from   casual   to   dressy,   visitors   may   count   on   feeling   comfortable   if   their   dress   fits   the same description. Q   Do I need to bring a Bible? A   A   Bible-centered   church   such   as   this   is   happy   to   see   you   walk   in   with   a   Bible.      Otherwise,   pew Bibles have been left in racks throughout the auditorium for your convenience.
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Q   What can I expect when I visit? A    You    can    expect    to    find    people    who    love    the    Lord    and    are gathered   to   worship   God,   study   His   word,   and   help   others   to   know and love Him better. Q   How will I be treated? A   You   can   be   sure   that   you   will   be   greeted   in   a   warm   and   friendly manner by people who are interested in only what is best for you. Q   Will I be asked to do anything? A You   will   not   be   asked   to   do   anything   which   would   embarrass   you or   put   you   under   pressure   to   do   anything   you   do   not   want   to   do.     All   we   ask   is   that   you   come   to   observe,   listen,   and   participate   to the   extent   you   desire.      (You   might   be   asked   to   fill   out   a   visitor’s card, but whether you do is entirely up to you.) Q   What kind of activities can I expect? A   All   assemblies,   except   the   Sunday   11:00   period   of   worship,   are conducted   as   Bible   classes   with   give-and-take   exchanges   between the   teachers   and   students   as   the   students   desire.      The   worship period   begins   and   ends   with   brief   prayers,   and   in   between   there are   the   singing   of   several   hymns,   a   sermon,   the   Lord’s   Supper,   and the collection of funds from members. Q   Are people of all races and religions welcome? A   The   racial   composition   of   the   church   is   as   mixed   as   the   New Jersey   communities   in   which   its   members   live.      The   church   seeks and     welcomes     visitors     from     all     racial,     ethnic,     and     religious backgrounds. Q   How should I dress when I visit? A   The   church   has   no   formal   dress   code   or   uniforms   and   is   much more   interested   in   a   person   than   his   or   her   clothes.      Yet,   it   also appreciates     those     who     seek     to     express     their     sense     of     the seriousness   of   the   public   worship   of   God   by   appropriately   modest and   respectful   attire.      Since   members’   clothing   styles   range   from casual   to   dressy,   visitors   may   count   on   feeling   comfortable   if   their dress fits the same description. Q   Do I need to bring a Bible? A   A   Bible-centered   church   such   as   this   is   happy   to   see   you   walk   in with    a    Bible.        Otherwise,    pew    Bibles    have    been    left    in    racks throughout the auditorium for your convenience.
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