What to expect on your first visit

The first you come to a new church can be very confusing.  Where is the child care?  What will the service be like? What should I wear? We are here to help.

  • Nice people

    We LOVE it when someone comes for the first time. But, we don’t always recognize the first-time visitors because so many of the people who come are still fairly new, so feel free to say, “This is my first time” and we’ll guide you in!  We have a welcome desk just inside the front door on your left.  Please stop by and let our volunteer know that this is your first time at Koza.  We will have someone show you around and answer any questions you have   

  • Comfortable environment

    We care about YOU, not what you’re wearing, so feel to come in jeans or whatever is comfortable. Our dress code is simple: wear something. Grab a hot cup of free coffee and sit wherever you’d like! We will NOT single you out publicly or ask you to say anything, and we do NOT expect guests to contribute anything financially.

  • a fun and safe environment for kids

    We love kids at Koza! If you bring your kids, you’ll check them in and out each Sunday using a special labeling system. No one is allowed to take a child without the matching label.  All of our children’s ministry volunteers must pass background checks and have a heart for kids and families.

    Downstairs, we have preschool ministries for children ages 6 months to 5 years, where your child will receive the day’s lesson, be a part of a small group and participate in fun activities and games. They will also be given a snack, and some time to spend with their new friends on the playground right here at Koza Baptist Church.

    Upstairs we have children’s ministries for children older than 5.  Koza Kids uses the 252: Basics Orange curriculum to teach children basic life apps such as wisdom, self-control, service, etc. 

  • Worship

    The music we play creates an environment to connect your heart to God and others. Our band includes guitars, piano, drums, and vocals.  Don’t be surprised when some people raise their hands as a sign of praise while singing, and don’t feel obligated to do so yourself. We create an atmosphere of freedom in our services.  The goal is for you to feel free to worship God through the songs He has given the church.

  • Biblical preaching

    Our pastors strive to ensure the sermons at Koza are biblically grounded.  We frequently work our way through entire books of the bible one chapter at a time.  There are other times that the pastoral team will preach topical sermon series.  

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