This is real life.
We know that visiting a new church can feel overwhelming and we understand that you may have many questions before your first visit at Real Life Fellowship. To help with this, the information below is a guide to help you feel comfortable and excited to gather with us on Sundays. If you would like to learn more about who we are as a faith community or our story, please visit here.
If you are visiting us for the first time, here are some things to expect:
We are a group of people who seek to foster a community of both faith and love. Our Sunday gatherings begin at 9:00 AM with a time of fellowship. Following this, our service begins at 9:30 AM with worship and a message.
If you are visiting for the first time, we encourage you to check out the RLF Kiosk located in the cafe. This is where you can find out how you can connect, gather, and serve at Real Life and in the greater Holland community.
Where do I park?
If you are driving South on Plasman Avenue, turn right at the first entrance. The parking lot is located just a small ways back near the north entrance. The main entrance is located on the south side of the building which faces W 20th street. Our hospitality team looks forward to greeting you!
*The north entrance is currently under construction. If you are able, please use the south entrance for the time being.
What do I wear?
We are casual in our style at Real Life. Your worth is found through your identity as a child of the living, breathing God and never by the clothes you wear or the hairstyles you may have. All we ask is that you come as you are!
Is there something for my whole family?
Of course! We encourage families to worship together on Sunday mornings, including children. We believe there is great importance in having children be part of our gatherings. However, nursery care is available starting at 9:00 AM for children up to 2.5 years.
During the teaching at our Sunday gatherings, children 2.5- 5 years are invited to Real Kids. In Real Kids, your children will engage with Bible verses through lessons, songs, and crafts. This happens every Sunday except the third Sunday which is when we do communion with both adults and children.
Still have questions?
Please fill in the boxes below if you have more questions. We would love to answer any other questions you may have about who we are as a faith community.