If you are a Christian, do you go to church (physical building)? How often?
The Body of Christ is the Church. I am referring to church here as a physical building where believers come together to fellowship, worship and hear the word of God preached, etc...
I go every week and I have a home men's bible study. It's great to fellowship around God's word. I also have a website that gets God's Word out every day, one verse at a time. It's free. Please take a look and if you like it sign up and send it out to everyone you know.
I am, but I dont, and I should. As a catholic I should go to Mass every Sunday, but it has been quite a while since I have been now. I never fell out with the church. I just fell out of the habit of attending regularly.
I go twice on Sunday and go wensday nite,
I want feed when I can
I am pretty traditional....Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays...pretty much whenever the doors are open, I can be found there...
I go to church 6 times a week and have ministry out side of the church. For me, every day and all day is about God whether prayer, thinking, talking, I love my God.
Thanks all, for responding to this question. Church going is still alive and kicking according to you. Anymore responses, send them in, I'm still open.
I have not heard or read anywhere that Christ wanted us to go to Church on Sunday. So you could still believe in the true teaching of Christ and not go to Church.
We meet in homes twice a week but I only go when I'm blessed to go. Usually once a week.
Please read my blog here, Lets-unsplinter-the-Body-of-Christ
Yes I do go to church. Going to church is for our benefit. When we come together to worship we gain strength and understanding of God and through our worship and praise of God he gives us strength for the coming week. I go to church everythime the door is open. I also am very active in my church as well. I gain so much from church. Worshiping with other believers is a wonderful experience. Also our church is a lighthouse to the community and we get to see non-believers come to Christ and that makes my heart sing for joy. This also makes me more determined to go and spread the word of the gospel of Jesus Christ. The church is not what is inside but we the people as we live our lives outside the church as well as worship inside the church.
The physical building is the place where the Body of Christ gathers - therefore, if I want to be a part of the Body, I think it's necessary to be a part of its assembly. As such, I go to church every Sunday and twice a month I spend further fellowship with the group of people from my college who attend to same church. Community and connectedness is an essential part to growing in Christ - therefore, whether I like it or not (which can be the latter quite often), I try to attend as regularly as possible.
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