Looking for a new church can be a daunting task. There are a lot of factors that go into finding the perfect place for worship. From schedules to personalized activities, events and fellowships, it’s important to pick a church that fits your best needs. Fortunately for those in the Boone area there are many open-armed and inviting churches that are happy to take on new members and offer many opportunities to grow, learn and connect to the community and Christ. Here is a look at just a few local churches and their offerings.
Boone Open Bible Church of 1224 Hancock Drive is an evangelic, Pentecostal community of fellowship that offers many weekly group meetings and fellowship opportunities. New members or those interested in checking out the church can visit the “What to Expect” tab on the church’s website, www.booneopenbible.com. Church leaders invite all walks of life to step inside their contemporary worship service and encourage curious visitors to come as they are. There are also plenty of opportunities for new members to get involved — from AWANAs to the Boone Biker group to a sewing social. Church service is held every Sunday morning at 10 a.m.
Cornerstone Church, located at 111 Sixth St. in Boone, is another open-invite house of worship available to the community. Cornerstone offers a few options for those interested in Sunday worship. At 9 a.m. Cornerstone holds a blended service, combining classic hymns and worship with contemporary music. Beginning at 11 a.m., visitors can expected an energy-packed worship filled with contemporary songs of praise led by a band. Kids also have the chance to check out a special service for ages 4 through fifth grade. Not sure if it’s for you? Check out last week’s service by listening to it right on the website. Outside of the normal schedule, special life groups focused on a variety of topics meet in fellowship to explore specific Bible chapters and strengthen relationships. More information on the unique offerings of Cornerstone Church can be found at www.boonecornerstone.com.
Those new to Grace Community Church can find all the information they need on the web about its many unique opportunities. At www.graceccboone.com, visitors can find out all about the multitude of weekly and daily fellowship events open to the public. Special focus groups offer the opportunity for new members to bond in fellowship with church leaders and other members of the community.