We know that church can be intimidating...

We are looking forward to meeting you.  LifePointe works very hard to ensure that you have a great first visit.  Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we receive from new guests.

"How Should I Dress?"  
The simple answer to that is, "However you feel comfortable!"  You will see people at LifePointe in jeans, shorts, t-shirts, dress-shirts, khakis, jeans and even the occasional tie.  The main thing is, we want you to be comfortable and we care more about your presence than your attire.

"How long are your services?"  
Our services are generally 70 minutes in length. Currently, we meet in-person at 9 & 11 am on Sunday mornings, and stream LIVE on Facebook and Boxcast at 9 am.

"What do you offer for my kids on Sunday mornings?"  
For newborns through fifth grade, we have our KidPointe Programming which includes nursery, preschool classes, and elementary classes (through 5th grade).  When you come into the building, take a hard left and you will see our KidPointe check-in area with our hosts.  For 6th - 8th grade students, LCCYM Student Ministry hosts a LifeGroup that meets during the preaching/teaching portion of our services. 9th - 12th grade students meet on Wednesday evenings in Toano and are encouraged to participate in the main worship service.

"What's this I keep hearing about Panera and coffee?" 
LifePointe Cafe provides our guests with a variety of Panera bagels, muffins and other items at no cost.  Get here early enough and can also grab some great coffee, juice boxes for the kiddos, or bottled water.  It's all free and our way of inviting you to make yourself at home.

"Do you offer mid-week services?"
At this time, we do not offer mid-week services in the traditional sense (ie, Wednesday night Bible study or Prayer Service). However, we do offer TWO semesters of LifeGroups annually - one in the Spring and one in the Fall - that offer a variety of meetings times and places, as well study topics. We encourage LifePointe attenders to connect with one or more of these groups as they are able to.

If you have any other questions or concerns before you visit us, feel free to reach out to our Lead Minister, Phillip Murdock.


Please fill out the Connect Card below, and someone from our staff will reach out to you this week and say hello!

Your Next Steps

Every journey requires steps. We are honored that your steps led you here to LifePointe, and we want to help you with the next steps of your journey.
If you began attending LifePointe in the past few months (whether online or in-person), we would love for you to join our staff and elders as they share information about LifePointe's beliefs, ministries, history, and more as well as provide an opportunity for you to ask questions. You can also learn more about how to get connected and more involved here at LifePointe.

StartingPointe currently meets once every few months, so keep an eye on our EVENT PAGE for more details. If you have questions about StartingPointe, please contact our CONNECTIONS MINISTER, RYAN DENT.
We realize that for some, the term MEMBERSHIP may carry a lot of baggage (good or bad). However, we believe it is something everyone who attends a local church should consider. To be clear, we try our best to treat everyone at LifePointe like family whether they are a “member/partner” or not. In fact, we prefer the term “partnership” over “membership” because this is not about joining a club or organization, it is about partnering our lives together for a common purpose (to make Jesus known). We do believe that partnering with a church has a distinct benefit for both the individual AND the church family as a whole. Partnering with a church through membership allows you to make a visible commitment of faith, find accountability, focus your gifts and skills, encourage others and join others on a journey as a committed partner versus a spectator.

Keep an eye on the LifePointe Event Page for upcoming "All In Sunday" events. And if you have questions, fell free to reach out to our Church Office or to our Connections Minister, Ryan Dent.