What denomination is The Church at LifePark?
The Church at LifePark is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. 'The Baptist Faith and Message' is a detailed explanation of the biblical beliefs held by Southern Baptists. Our Senior Pastor and Elders are always available to answer any questions you might have about these statements. Please don't hesitate to get in touch or submit a question via our 'Contact Us' form.
How'd you all come up with the name 'LifePark?'
In the fourth chapter of John, a woman meets Jesus at a well. She had gone to the well for the simple reason of getting a drink; she left the well with a new life. It is this Biblical account of the woman at the well that inspired the design of our campus.
The Church at LifePark hopes to serve as a well for the people of North Mount Pleasant. Life changing transformations don't just happen in a church on Sunday morning, and we are striving to become a place where life can be lived to the fullest by anyone on any day of the week.There are a lot of great churches in Mount Pleasant, but we believe that every community needs a place to gather that is close to their homes and to the community that it serves. We believe that LifePark offers a church experience that is unique in quality, comfort, youth programs, and atmosphere. Most of all, we believe that you can have a very real experience with God here.
Our doors are open to all people, and we would love to see you this Sunday at our worship gathering. Whether you're a seasoned Christian, a new believer, or someone that is new to faith and religion, you can find a home at LifePark.
How do I find my way around the campus?
We've got you covered! Our parking team who will be glad to help you find a spot when you arrive. You'll also see host team members at our front and back doors as well as friendly folks at our connection center ready and waiting to assist you on Sundays. If you can't find what you're looking for, these people and anyone else wearing a nametag that will be glad to help you find your way around LifePark.
What Should I Wear at LifePark?
Dress comfortably. Some people dress up, but most wear casual and comfortable clothes on Sunday mornings. Don't worry about what you wear, as you'll never feel out of place when you come casual.
When Should I Arrive?
Due to parking and traffic considerations, plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of our service. Worship services begin at 8:30, 10:00, and 11:30 a.m. This will allow you time to check your children into their areas, grab some coffee, and make your way to a seat in our worship center.
Where Do I Park?
Plenty of space is reserved for guests. As you enter the campus, the Parking Team will be glad direct you to your reserved first-time visitor parking. Even if this isn't your first visit, our team will be glad to help you find a spot. We also have a driveway by our front door for easy drop-off.
What About My Children?
Quality infant, preschool, children's, and student bible teaching and programs are available in safe and secure environments throughout our church. We take the safety and security of your child very seriously. LifePark also has a secure check-in system for children used during all Children's Ministry activities. As you check your child into their program area, a nametag and a security sticker will be printed. You can read more about this or pre-register your children online for Sunday by clicking here and exploring the program for their age groups.
How Do I Contact a Staff Member?
We have a comprehensive staff listing to help you in contacting anyone on our staff. If you need assistance, you can call our main number at (843) 654-7600.
Do You Offer Counseling?
For information about counseling please click here.
How Do I Submit a Prayer Request?
To submit a prayer request please click here.
What Are Your Office Hours?
Our office hours are Tuesday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Do you have Sunday School for Adults?
Our plan for adult growth and discipleship is to move people from their seats on sunday morning into life groups and bible studies throughout the week. We are working to equip adults for their own personal study and to connect them with others in community. Rather than Sunday morning classes (we simply don't have the space), we offer numerous lifegroups and small group bible studies throughout the week. Please click here to read more about our adult ministries. It's our hope that families would worship together on Sunday mornings and then that adults and parents would opt to serve the church during another service while their children attend programming meant to teach them about faith on their level. To read more about serving, please click here.
How can I connect with an opportunity to serve with The Church at LifePark?
Start by exploring the various serving roles. We've listed some opportunities and contact information here. For specific questions about serving with The Church at LifePark that are not addressed on our serving page, please contact Debbi Schibi.