I have been in many churches in the past thirty years. Nondenominational, denominational, Baptism, Methodist, Four Square, visited Mormans, Jehovah Witnesses (former member), and every little church with paint peeling off the walls church to the greatest and grandest such as Capitol Christian, Adventure, and Bayside in Granite Bay and sister churches. Not one comes so plain yet so warm, making you feel as though your a part of the family. The pastor is so real, down to earth, no plastic verses or sayings to satisfy the mast. I'm one of the most critical and over-analyzing piss-poor attitudes towards controlled religeous churches, purposely looking for a ""way out"" finding excuses to fault that church to justify me not going to church. You know, telling God that if it weren't for ""this"" or ""that"" person or issue of that church, I'd go to church. \r
I visitied this snall church that had it's small parking lot always full even the overflow across dirt parking lot, or borrowed lot. Nonetheless, I was curious and paid a visit. The first time I expected to be labled out or over-emphasized with attention not needed. On the way out, the pastor made sure he greeted everyone with a smile, thank you for coming exit. I thought this was a fluke, so I paid another visit. Unemployed at the time, with a bad attitude towards my situation, I paid a second visit a few weeks later. The same thing happened with the pastor greeting everyone with the same grattitude of thankfulness for visiting the church. I came a third time a few weeks later questioning the Lord asking him why am I drawn to this tiny church. Great worship, great people, but why? God spoke to my heart and instructed me to ""wash their feet"". \r
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Pros: Warm and most friendly small church. You have to visit soon!!