Don't bother. Very unfriendly. Recently in Houston waiting on a bus with my grandchildren, granddaughter had to use the facilities badly, went to the church believing that all churches were open to assist. Nevertheless, was turned away by the security guard simply because we were not members, told we couldn't see anyone without an appointment. A guy came down on the elevator (he was a member of the choir), we asked him if he could ask someone in authority if my granddaughter (5 years old) could use the facility-he promptly went downstairs to speak to the administrator on duty at that time who responded the decision would lie with the security guard. Of course, she turned us away stating 'the rules of being a member'. Upon leaving, a lady approached and I asked her if she was a member, when she said yes, I asked her if she would kindly take my granddaughter to the restroom. And she did. This was God sending help since the church wouldn't. To this guy and woman, I say thank you.
We understand that there may be alot of foot traffic and not everyone is allowed as if this is a public facility, but what is the likelihood of a 62 year old woman with a 5 year old granddaughter coming to the church regularly?
This church advertises on a nice big neon billboard about programs that are offered and upcoming like the Summer Revival. How can anyone feel welcome in an institution where the first question upon entry is based upon you being a member or have an appointment? I suppose the appointment must be about a new membership.
This church needs to reference Matthew 7:12 and 25:45 and any of the other scriptures referencing brotherly love:
They just didn't demonstrate the true meaning of church
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