FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What denomination is your church?  We are affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention.
 
What are your beliefs?  For a summary of what we believe about God and the Bible, please read The Baptist Faith and Message. If you have specific questions, please email us, and one of our pastors will get back with you!
 
How big is your church?  On a typical Sunday before Covid-19, 180-200 people attended Sunday morning worship at Selmore.  Currently, 50-75 people attend each of our two in-person services.
 
What kind of music do you sing?  We have a “blended” worship service, singing both familiar and newer hymns of the faith.
 
What is the preaching like?  Pastor Josh preaches biblical, expository (verse by verse) sermons that are applicable to everyday life.
 
What do you offer my small children?  Selmore is a “kid friendly” church where you will always find kind, and competent people to care for your children in a clean and safe environment. Please see the Children’s Ministry page for more details.
 
What do you offer my teens?  Selmore has an active youth ministry. Please see the Youth Ministry page for more details.
 
Will I be pressured to give money?  No way!
 
Do I have to “dress up” to attend?  Absolutely not!
 
What precautions are in place for Covid-19?  We have two worship services to allow for social distancing, and have every other pew blocked off.  Face masks are strongly encouraged, and complimentary masks are available in the lobby.  Offering plates are at stations, rather than being passed from person-to-person.  Children’s temperatures are taken before coming into the nursery.  Pews and surfaces are sanitized before each service.  We want to do everything we can to keep you safe!    
 
How may I become a member of your church?  There are three primary ways: First, if you have never done so, publicly profess your faith in Jesus Christ, and be baptized. Second, if you are a Christian, and currently belong to a Southern Baptist Church, you may be accepted based on a letter of recommendation from that church. Third, if you are a Christian, and have been scripturally baptized in another denomination, you may be accepted based on your testimony of these events.