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    Here are some answers to frequently asked questions. If you don’t see your question here please contact us right away and we’ll get right back to you.

    Visitors to Lulu Advent can expect to be greeted warmly. We are a simple, country church, and the people here are genuine.

    Wear what you want, park where you want, and sit where you want.

    The Sunday morning worship service begins at 10:30am and typically concludes at 11:45am. Following the service there are refreshments and a relaxed time of fellowship in the fellowship hall.

    At Lulu Advent we love children and welcome them into our worship services!

    On Sunday mornings, children and adults begin by worshipping together, but at the beginning of the message children are dismissed to children’s church. Children’s church is designed to teach children (ages 4-11) about God’s Word in a fun, age-appropriate way. All of our volunteers that work with children have undergone a criminal background check. If your child is 3 years old or younger there is also a nursery available for infant and toddler care.

    The nursery and children’s church are purely optional. If you or your child, prefer to stay together throughout the entire service you are welcome to do that.

    No. The financial support of the church is the privilege and responsibility of those who call Lulu Advent home. Although a general offering is collected, visitors are not expected to give.
    At Lulu Advent we love to sing praises to our God. We emphasize corporate participation in worship and select songs that have strong biblical content and themes.
    The word “advent” in our church’s name refers to the anticipated second coming of Jesus Christ. By describing ourselves as Advent Christians we are confessing our belief that Jesus is coming back as He promised. Therefore, we urgently pray for and seek the lost during these days as we eagerly await His return. (Acts 1:11, Titus 2:13)