What should I wear?
Whatever you feel comfortable in. You will see a few suits, some business casual, and during the summer you might even see someone wear shorts, jeans, flip flops, whatever. Right from the start we want you to know Flint River is about who you are on the inside, not what you look like on the outside.
Where can I park?
If it’s your first time with us then please find the special guest parking close to the entrance, or find any parking space that suits you. There is always space in the lot behind the church, with convenient access to RiverKids check in for families with children. If you have special needs, we’ve blocked off quite a few handicapped spaces close to the entrances.
Where do I go once I’m inside?
Our foyer is a large open area where you can easily access the worship center, grab a cup of coffee, visit the guest services desk to get more information on how you can get involved, sit and talk with a new friend, or find your way to a RiverKids check in area if you have kids.
What should I do with my children?
Flint River offers a full range of age-appropriate programs for children birth through sixth grade. Our loving team of volunteers are ready to provide a fun, safe environment for your little one so you can concentrate on enjoying the worship experience.
In the middle of the atrium guest services table. Volunteers there can direct you to the appropriate RiverKids area for your children.
What will be expected to do during a worship service?
First, we promise you won’t be embarrassed or pressured to give money or to join the church, so relax and focus on experiencing worship. We’ll be singing songs to express our love for God, and the words will be on screens so you can sing along if you want to.
On Sunday mornings, we have worship services at 9AM and 10:30AM. The message that is preached is the same for both services, however, the praise and worship atmosphere is a little different. Our 9AM service is more traditional with our choir leading praise and worship. At 10:30AM, the praise and worship is more contemporary and is led by our praise and worship team.
You may also see Christian sacraments such as baptism or communion, and we’ll be sure to explain what they mean so you won’t feel out of the loop.
One of our pastors will share a relevant message, often combined with photos or video clips, to encourage you to discover new truths that help you see life from God’s point of view. We encourage you to take notes on the outline provided, and check what we are saying against the Bible for yourself.
What happens at the end of the service?
At the close of the service you’ll have an opportunity to respond to the message in a variety of ways if you so desire.
Our services last about 75 minutes. After that you’ll be ready to go pick up your little ones, meet new friends for lunch, or just head home.
When We Meet
LifeGroups // Sunday // 9 & 10:30AM
Worship Service // Sunday // 9 & 10:30AM
Life U // Wednesday // 6:15PM
Students // Wednesday // 6:15PM
Cafe at the River // Wednesday // 4:45PM
Address 12945 Highway 231 431 N, Hazel Green, AL 35750