I'm New

Click the questions below to see the answers to our Frequently Asked Questions.

 

Where are you located?

We are excited to have recently moved into our new location:

3505 New Town Blvd St. Charles, MO 63301

How should I dress to fit in?
At True Life, we are very casual and want you to feel like you can be your true self here. You'll find a few people dressed up, but for the most part, jeans and casual clothing are the "norm".
What do you have for my kids?

Your kids are welcomed and wanted at True Life!

Our nursery is staffed by teachers for children ages birth to pre-k. We also have worship packets for little ones that want to stay with you during the service to help them stay engaged and active in service. During the message, school age children, can head to our classroom, a  safe place where kids can explore God’s truth, experience God’s grace, and express God’s love… all at a level of their understanding.

The last Sunday of every month is Family Service. A multi-generational gathering of all ages. Children and adults alike help to lead service by reading scripture, praying and serving. Nursery is still available for our babies and toddlers. 

All teachers and volunteers are background checked prior to being in our children's area and working with children.  

 

What is your worship service like?

At a worship service with True Life you can expect to find a group of people who are passionate about Jesus, the Bible, and living out the true life God intends for us. We invite anyone to join us in this journey! Our worship services are family-focused and designed to be a place where broken people can build relationships with one another and with God.

For more information about our Sunday service, click here.

Will I be asked to give money?
No. Giving is an act of worship for believers. You are welcome to give an offering but it is not expected.
What denomination is the church?
True Life is a Southern Baptist affiliated church, which works differently than most denominations. Most denominations tell the church what to do, but the Southern Baptist Convention is a group of 40,000 churches who partner together to spread the Gospel through the US and the world.  By partnering with Southern Baptists for missions and other world-wide ministry efforts, we are able to offer not only our community, but other communities a culturally relevant worship experience as laid out in God's Word.