What to Expect (FAQ’s)

FAQ’S

 

What does a typical Sunday Celebration look like?

 Liberty & Freedom to worship. The reality is that each Sunday morning takes its own form as the Holy Spirit ministers. Our typical weekend gathering will include high impact praise & worship and an Anointed Sermon. The format & time are entirely up to God.

 

What should I wear when I come to DCA?

 Casual dress is the norm. Don’t make any special arrangements – we want you to come as you are. But we do uphold the Biblical principal of modesty. The fashion police have been fired but please make sure everything is covered!

 

Do I need to bring a Bible when I come to service?

 At DCA we will always encourage you to bring your Bible because it is your sword. However, our scriptures are projected on a large screen so if you forget your Bible don’t let that stop you from coming. If you don’t have a Bible and would like to have one we will get one for you.

 

What does DCA offer for my children?

 We value children at DCA. We have a creative, age appropriate ministry that includes music, activities, and lessons from the Bible that will certainly keep the attention of any youngster. We have a nursery and have children’s classes to age 12, and College & Career group for age 13-18.

 

Will I be asked to give money when I come?

 As a guest you will not be expected to participate in the giving portion of our service but you are welcome to do so. However, if DCA is your home church, then we ask you to be obedient and faithful to God in your giving and partner with us in accomplishing God’s work.

 

What kind of church is DCA?

 DCA is not affiliated with any denomination; so we call ourselves “non-denominational”. We teach Christianity based solely on the Bible, which we believe is the infallible word of God and is the standard for all we do.

 

What type of music should I expect?

 We call it “Dynamic Praise & Worship”. We sing some of the Christian Top 20 Hits as well as some of the old hymns. We rely on the Lord’s direction for the order of the service. You will see the lifting of hands in worship, and might even see someone shouting and dancing. Just as David did.