We value the simple church model of relationships, discipleship, fellowship, and relaxed gatherings to grow in faith, rather than religious liturgy, budget-driven programs, and crowd-centered events.
Instead, we are passionate about offering our neighbors a church experience that is more like a relaxed small group or a family gathering than a traditional pulpit-to-pews worship service.
For many of us, the traditional church worship service can seem like a one-way street. We walk into a theater-style sanctuary, we wait, we observe, and we respond as we’re instructed. While we believe this modern model has its place in the advancement of the Kingdom of God on earth, we also recognize that like a typical American school classroom, not all can grow in a one-size-fits-all approach. In fact, 25% of Americans say they find their primary spiritual nourishment in meeting with a small group of 20 or less people weekly.*
We are different than most house or simple church groups in that we intentionally partner with traditional churches and ministries in cooperative missions. You’ll find that while our message is the same, our method is a bit more relaxed as we find that a simpler gathering offers us a better way to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18, NKJV).
We meet at the reception room of our wedding chapel on Schillinger Road just north of the Cottage Hill intersection on Sunday mornings. When you arrive at the chapel, you can enjoy some coffee, snacks, and conversation. We share prayer requests and open our Bibles for the current study series, which is always facilitated, never lectured or preached at you. There is plenty of opportunity to easily ask questions, share your thoughts, or just enjoy kicking back to listen.
Please surf around our website and see if West Mobile Bible Fellowship may be right for you and yours. If you have any questions, please contact me. I am always happy to meetup for a cup of coffee if you want to ask some questions, see our chapel, or simply want to clear some issues before you stop by for a Sunday gathering, too.
I’ll be looking forward to the honor of meeting you!