How can I submit a prayer request?
We are here for you. If you would like for us to pray for you or a need, you can send a prayer request to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at our office (979-849-1161) during office hours (M-F, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm).
You can also fill out a prayer request card located in the chairs in the adult auditorium and in the racks in the foyer the next time you are here. (Just drop it in the offering slot or the offering bucket.)
Often, we have an opportunity for you to receive personal prayer during the last song of the worship time in both Sunday morning adult services.
What services do you have for children and youth?
Children and youth are extremely important at Life Foursquare Church. Most of our campus is devoted to services and activities specifically benefiting children and youth. During our regular Sunday and Wednesday services, we have significant, age-appropriate ministry for children from infants though high school. We also provide ministry training (including music and worship ministry training) for elementary ages up.
Your children will especially enjoy the Wednesday evening services. Wednesday nights are especially focused on ministering to all ages of children usually with more children and youth attending on Wednesday evenings than in both Sunday services combined.
During the summers, we have huge VBS outreaches for elementary ages children. Many of our Jr. and Sr. High youth help us serve the children during VBS. Also, we have summer camps for elementary, Jr High, and Sr High ages. In addition, we also have special ministry outings for our Jr and Sr High age youth during spring break.
How can I find where to go for my children or myself?
We have a special page that describes where to go and includes a map of the campus to find the various buildings. Just click here…
When are the service times?
Following are regular Sunday and Wednesday services times. Also check out the Activities page for days and times for other activities.
– Sundays from 8:30 to 10:00 am – adult and children’s services. Free coffee, juice, and donuts before the service.
– Sundays from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm – adult and children’s services. Free coffee, juice, and donuts before the service.
– Wednesdays from 6:00 to 8:00 pm – adult, youth, and children services for all ages. A free, age-appropriate meal is included for all attendees.
What does Foursquare mean?
Early in the twentieth century, when the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel was established, the term “foursquare” was often used to describe something or someone that was respected. It meant “solid,” “balanced,” and “true.”
What is the Foursquare denomination?
The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel can be traced back to when evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson established her base in Los Angeles, California, in 1918. The first Foursquare Church opened it’s doors in January, 1923. Additional information can be found at www.foursquare.org.
How Can I get Right with God?
Jesus died to pay the price for your sins and to adopt you into the family of God. You cannot earn forgiveness by good works. The free gift of forgiveness and adoption is received by faith. Please click here for more information.
Can I get baptized?
We encourage Christians to be baptized soon after salvation. We perform baptisms during the worship time in our 10:30 am Sunday service on the last Sunday of each month. Check the Coming Soon section or the Online Calendar for the next baptism date. You can just show up at 10:15 am in the meeting room to the left of the adult auditorium stage for instructions or contact us (email@example.com or 979-849-1161) if you would like to be baptized.
How can I become a member of Life Foursquare Church?
Pick up a Foursquare Gospel Church Membership Application, located the adult foyer area. Read the information, complete the form, and drop it in the offering bucket or bring it to the church office. Note: You must be converted (saved) and baptized to become a member. If you cannot remember the exact date, please enter your best guess.
What do you believe about the return of Jesus and End Times?
This is covered in our End Times booklet, “End Times—Putting the Pieces in Place.”