Bi-lingual Evangelical Church in Fuente Alamo.
Why Bother With Church?
That may sound a strange tittle for a Christian article!
Did you go to church this week? In a recent poll, about 40% of people asked that question said ‘yes’, but further research has found that what we say we do and what we actually do, differs by quite a lot. An article in a large circulation Christian magazine argues that the actual attendance rate is 20.4%, about half the first survey’s figure.
So why do people who don’t go to church say that they do when asked?
Could it be that they feel that they ought to go?
Could it be a touch of guilty conscience?
More importantly, could it be, that deep down, they know that there is something missing in their lives; an emptiness that only God could fill?
Does any of what I’ve said sound like you?
Are you hesitant, for whatever reason, to take that first vital step that could bring you into a wonderful, loving relationship with your Heavenly Father?
Do you go to church for weddings and funerals; maybe even at Christmas and sometimes Easter?
Attending church once or twice a year is like only watching the trailer for a good movie. Sure you’ll get the gist of things, but you’ll miss out on the best part of the story. You can put yourself in a place where you can grow closer to God. The church is that place. Put yourself in church and you can be sure that growth will happen.
It can be hard to regularly attend church if you’re busy, introverted, shy, have young children, have children who play soccer, are divorced, are tired or just need some family time. I know, it’s hard, but it’s important. It may change your life forever.
Come and join us on Sunday morning. You’ll find a great bunch from all walks of life and many nationalities. Come just as you are. You will receive a warm welcome and discover a wonderful sense of freedom and joy that only like-minded Christians worshiping together can know. Sit quietly at the back or dance in the isles, the choice is yours. You will be put under no pressure whatsoever.
Our Sunday morning services start at 11.30am at Calle Espinar 13, Fuente Alamo
For more information telephone:
Rachel (English) 618 963 97
Pastors Ginés and Toñi (Spanish) 629 283 080