FAQ - United Church
United, Church, United Church, Maryland, MD, Owings Mills, Iglesia, Baltimore, Baltimore County, UnitedFOR, Reisterstown, Owings Mills High School
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FAQ

When and where do you meet on Sunday mornings?

We meet at Owings Mills High School on Sunday mornings at 10:35AM

How can you do church in a school?

Jesus taught that the church wasn’t a building, but was a group of people that gathered. We are so grateful to gather in Owings Mills High, and want that school to be a better place because we are there. We have an awesome setup team that comes through and totally transforms the lobby, auditorium, and kids’ rooms so that it is a fun, comfortable environment to gather and worship in.

Where do I go if I have questions when I’m at United?

If you are new to United, we would love for you to check out the Black tent. They can answer any questions you have, and would love to connect with you, give you a gift, and help you get plugged in at United.

What should I wear?

Just be you. We want you to come as you are. We like to say “No need to get dressed up. Just get dressed!”

Will I be singled out as a visitor?

Rest assured that you won’t be put on the spot, singled-out, or embarrassed. We’re glad that you took a chance to spend some of your morning with us. Our hope is that you’ll just come, enjoy the service, and get a sense of where we’re headed as a community. So in a nutshell…no, you won’t be singled out.

Why start a new church?

We want to offer a safe and friendly place for people to check out God and the claims of Jesus Christ. A place where everyone can reconnect with God and have the opportunity to grow into the person God originally intended them to be. We’ve started this church to bring the hope of God to people in a relevant and loving way. There are millions of people right here in this region of the country and every single one matters to God – and they matter to us.