We know that visiting a church for the first time can be a nerve-wracking or even an intimidating experience. Having an idea of what to expect can help. We’ve added some basic questions and answers below about The Lighthouse but if you have more questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us (contact information below).

Q: What is The Lighthouse?

A: We are a non-denominational Christian church that currently meets at 10 a.m. on Sundays at 2478 County Road 147 in Kingdom City, Mo. Connection Classes (what we call our Sunday school groups) begin at 9 a.m. Directions to our church can be found HERE.

Q: What should I wear?

A: There is no dress code at The Lighthouse. We want you to be comfortable. Whether you dress semi-casual, in formal Sunday wear, or dress in jeans and a T-shirt, it doesn’t matter. Just come as you are and worship The Lord.

Q: What is a typical Sunday service like?

A: The service begins at 10 a.m. The service consists of prayer, contemporary worship music, and a Biblical-based message presented by Pastor Jason Jordon. The second Sunday of the month our members take communion which is open to everyone.

Q: Can my children sit with me during the service?

A: Absolutely! Children ages 5-11 can pick up a Lighthouse Bible Club bag at the door. Inside are crayons, Bible puzzle pages and a coloring book they can use during the service. If you’re interested, we do have a nursery available for children ages four and under. 

Q: What about the Offering?

A: We do not pass around a collection plate or bucket during the service. If you feel led by God to give, you are able to do so in private.  There is an offering box with a Lighthouse in the back of the sanctuary next to the door. What you give is between you and the Lord.

Q: What is The Lightstation?

A: It’s our auxiliary building on The Lighthouse Church property directly beside the main church building as you enter the church parking lot.

Q: What are The Lighthouse’s core values?

A: Christian disciples need to have some core values if they want to grow and help those they lead to grow. Clearly stated values of the church to which the people belong can help the leader and the led clarify their personal values.