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Approximately 2000 Area Christian Churches ... Can be found on this website. All churches are listed by city and zip code.  God has led us not to list churches by denomination (as in the past), as He wants His church to be one, united, and pure.   
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He saith unto them, "But whom say ye that I am?" And Simon Peter answered and said, "Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God." And Jesus answered and said unto him, "Blessed art thou, Simon Barjona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but My Father which is in Heaven. And I say also unto thee, that thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church; and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give unto thee the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven..."                                                                                            ~  Matthew 16: 15-19 (KJV)
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5 Truths to Remember When Searching for a Church Home
I’m moving next month.  Even when a person is looking forward to a  move to a new state, like I am, there are still a  myriad of emotions that accompany change.  Because, let’s face it, the change doesn’t happen in  just one or two areas overnight. It’s constant and it’s  everywhere. The biggest change, though, is one I’ve been  trying to push to the back of my mind for quite some  time. It both thrills me and terrifies me. I love the  possibilities, but not the process. It’s finding a new church home.  Everyone, myself included, hates the term  “church shopping,” but it feels like that’s exactly what  I’ll be doing. 
BEING CHRISTIAN Does Going to Church Still Matter?
By Glenn Packiam   l   Church Leader
Why do we go to church? This is the question at the bottom of all this musing,  right? Miller speaks for many who see the hollowness of  what the gathered church has become. I see it. You see  it. So we ask, "Why go to church?" Immediately,  someone is going to say, "We don't go to church; we are  the church!" There is, of course, something true about  this statement. But it misses a very crucial point .. .and  we'll start with that point:  1. We go to church because being and place belong together. Those of my readers who are more philosophically inclined will be able to cite various French and German philosophers and social theorists who talk about the necessity of human beings being grounded in place. We are not free-floating entites unconnected to particular points in space and time. We find our identity and memory and sense of being by being in a place.