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Hi! I don't think I've posted here before.. I know this is a hard to answer question, but I need some help. DH and I were raised catholic. I went to catholic school my whole life. To make a long story short, we have decided that we need a christian church (not catholic). We've tried a few, but I just don't know. I find contradicting things in all of them. We want to find one and really believe whatever the church preaches and raise our son that way. So far, the church I've liked the most is the 7th Day Adventist, but there are a few things I don't believe.. It's so hard to find a church we like! I was wondering if maybe some of you could suggest some churches that DH and I could visit and see if we like it. I'm just lost and want to find one already. TIA!
have you visited any non-denominational churches?
you need to find you a bible believing, bible teaching church....
usually community churches are non-denominational...
Don't give up looking for a church. Let God lead you to the right church for you and your family. When you find your new church home, it will just feel right!
good luck and praying for guidance
stay at home, homeschooling momma to Jacob(12), Alisha(10), Andrew (5)
First of all, welcome to the board! Hope you enjoy yourself here.
Second, I personally think it might be very difficult for you to find a christian church coming from a catholic church because the two are SO very different, so you will more than likely ALWAYS find something you don't believe.
I agree with Jaime, though, that non denominational churches are often the best place. Also known as interdenominational, they have different people who come from different backgrounds - all the way from baptist to catholic! You might enjoy it there, give it a try!
Also, one thing that is very close to catholic but is still fairly protestant is the anglican and lutheran churches. Have you tried one of these?
I will be praying you find the right church soon, it is hard to be disconnected from a church family!!
Thank you so much for your suggestions! We will try some more out and see, but bc I do believe on the sabbath being saturday, we'll probably stick with the Seventh Day Adventist as I don't think there are other churches who believe that around here! Thanks again