They also have a tv show but I don't have tv, so this is the next best thing without leaving the house. I know it's faaaar from 'church', because really the purpose is to gather believers for a greater releasing of God's power in our lives. But this way at least I get to hear a sermon & get uplifted.
Since we've moved I haven't found a church that's our denomination that has a Sunday night service, where hubby could help me with the baby (why I avoid Sunday morning service, where hubby works at the same time). I'd go to any denomination if it believed the same as we do, but it's easier to find one you know you generally agree with rather than church hopping lots of denoms you already know you don't fully agree with.
One place where hubby and I butt heads just a bit is a large church vs. a small one. I say big church. I feel you can outreach more (ex. our church at Cape First has the tv show, the livestream, a daycare, a coffee food truck that drives around the college campus in town, multiple locations/buildings, mission trips overseas, etc.) which is what the great commission calls for. Hubby says small church, because of the personal touch (everyone knows & cares about everyone, close knit, etc.).
What do you prefer- big or small church?