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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I dress for worship at New Vision?

A: While we believe you should always look your best when coming into the presence of God for worship, we do invite you to dress comfortably and modestly. Suits, fashionable dress, ladies in hats, etc. are the exception and not the rule at New Vision.   

Q: What kind of worship style do you have?

A: We have a comfortable blend of contemporary and traditional worship music and service. We are "free in our worship and we are not ashamed to praise Him with the dance!" 

Q: Do you have anything for the youth?

A: Currently, we do have a youth bible study that meets on Wednesdays at 7pm and for Sunday School at 11:00am. We love our youth at New Vision. On the 2nd Sunday of every month the Youth lead Worship services in every way. Our Youth Pastor and his wife have amazing ministry opportunities for our area youth. 

Q: Do you have any other bible study opportunities? We have Bread & Bible on Wednesdays starting at 6pm where we fellowship with a dinner followed by bible class at 7pm for one hour. Our Men and Women Ministries also offer once a month study opportunities.

Q: How can I participate in this ministry?

A: You can begin by coming to our Worship service on Sundays at 9am or attending Bible Study at 7pm. You are also welcome to contact Pastor Yancy (832.340.0107) for additional information. And yes you can become an online member as well. You can join Christ today! 

Q: Does worship service start promptly at 9:00 AM & What time does it end?

A: Worship service starts promptly at 9am and is normally completed by 10:45am. (except on Communion Sundays and special events, which ends by 11am).

Q: Why are you Baptist & Why not be non-denominational?

A: We are a Baptist congregation for doctrinal purposes. We believe you must have an identity. The Baptist doctrine identifies more closely to the New Testament church described in the Word of God more than any other denomination. An example would be that the Bible clearly teaches that baptism is done by immersion, meaning going under the water. Jesus, our great example, was clearly immersed in the water when He was baptized. The Greek word for baptism is "baptizo", which means to immerse. However, at New Vision, we welcome all faith backgrounds, and believe that denomination should not be a barrier for anyone seeking a closer walk with Christ.