Felt welcomed and at home on my 1st visit. Real genuine people worship here at The Real Church. 1st time visitor was really welcomed. Thanks!
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This is a genuine place with real and genuine people. They love hard and make you feel at home. Greatest group people anyone could pastor.
WOW! That is all I can say. A friend invited me to their service this past Saturday for Easter and it was awesome! They played this old song by the Marshal Tucker band! I loved it. There was even an Easter drama that was suprisingly very good. I will be going back next week to see what is next.
At first glance this place was big and a little intimidating. But once I got inside all that went away. There were smiling faces, welcoming us in and shaking our hands. They even had special seating for us! I liked it alot. Then came the music. I have never heard music like that in a church before. Even my daughter liked it which was shocking. The Pastor came out with a great message and I felt like I could understand and keep up with what he was saying. I later found out that the lady singing is the Pastors wife!! How cool. Our first time was the Easter service and there was a drama that brought me to tears. There is so much going there that I will be going back to learn more.
This place was awesome! The music, the worship, the preaching, the people, all of it was exactly what I have been looking for. As soon as I walked in there were people greeting me and shaking my hand. It was just a nice atmosphere and I didnt feel out of place, as you can at other churches. I looked around and thought to myself how these were my kind of people.