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Welcome to Perimeter
We are pleased that you have chosen to visit our web site and we hope you will come and visit us in person as well. As you explore our site you'll notice that we have a lot to offer the families and individuals in our community, including things for children of all ages as well as adults, no matter what their age or stage of life (single, married, divorced, widowed, whatever). Perimeter is a truly a come as you are church. It's a safe place to explore the truths of Christianity and it's a great place to experience growth and community.
Our services feature a blend of traditional hymns with contemporary praise songs, and will often feature drama, personal testimonies, and dance - providing a dynamic and impacting time of worship. We were all created to worship and at Perimeter Church our desire is to help you worship well.
Saturday: 5:00 PM (Hanger)
Sunday: 9:00 AM (Sanctuary)
Sunday: 10:45 AM (Sanctuary, Chapel, Hanger)
KidsQuest - Kindergarten-4th GradeSunday: 9:00 & 10:45 AM
Childcare - 0-5 yrs old (Pre-Kindergarten)Saturday: 5:00 PMSunday: 9:00 & 10:45 AM
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We spent some team time Sunday afternoon processing our first 24 hours and then we prepared to go to the 6:00 PM service at church. Many on the team had been uncomfortable about staying in homes. All gave a positive report of interaction with their hosts and feel blessed and that it is a growth opportunity.
So I thought the evening service would be like in the U.S. with a smaller attendance. I was wrong...
Let me back up a bit. Andrew had invited the pastor of the church to come to the house we were hanging out at in the afternoon to "see" the girls worship to Holy, Holy, Holy and Turn Your Eyes in Jesus. The question was, would they break wineskins by "dancing in worship" in a town where it has never been done before in a church? He needed to see.
He came. He saw. He was moved. How would he now not cause a storm in his church because a few in his church had expressed concern? It was foreign. It certainly could not be billed as dance. Creative movement? Illustrative motion? Visual interpretation? I don't know what he said but I know he is a brave man. He knows part of reaching the next generation is using the arts in an appropriate way.
The girls were permitted to dance in church at the end of the service. The pastor said people could stay to experience or leave. No arm twisting here. They all stayed. And they saw the beauty of Jesus.
Now back to how I was wrong about smaller Sunday evening service. It was a packed house! Standing room only. Maybe 175 people crammed in.
Turns out the Spirit had moved. In the morning we had taught on hospitality. Inviting your neighbor for a meal. Many did! Really. They invited neighbors for a meal that day and to come to church. Practical gospel. For some, it was their first exposure to the gospel. And they saw the Lord in dance and music and the Word.
Today we are at the school. More to come.