Q. How Long Is The Service?
Each Sojourn Gathered service lasts for approximately 75 minutes.
Q. Is There Childcare?
We provide free childcare for newborns up to children in the fifth grade. Pre-school aged children and above will learn simple Bible lessons together as they play.
Q. How Should I Dress?
You won’t find very many ties at Sojourn Gathered – not that there’s anything wrong with ties. Simply put, come as you are. For most people at our gatherings, that tends to be something like jeans and a shirt, whether collared or tee.
Q. Will I Be Singled Out?
No. We will not ask visitors to stand and be recognized, to give a testimony, to come to the front, or anything like that.
Q. Will I Be Pressured To Give Money?
No. We welcome your donation if you would like to give, but giving is primarily something for members and regular attendees – for those who have said, “I’ve found out what I need to know about Sojourn, and I’m all in. This is my church family, and Sojourn’s mission is my mission.”
Q. What Are The Sermons Like?
We preach the Bible, verse-by-verse, book-by-book. We believe that you’ll find, in the pages of the Bible, a more gripping story and a more satisfying explanation and solution to the troubles of life than the false promise of “Three Quick Steps To A Whole New You” styled lectures.
Need more info? Why not listen to some of our sermons here?
Q. What Is The Music Like?
We reach out to good musicians in our midst, and we invite them to do what they do best. Our bands include elements of rock, pop, bluegrass, folk, and other styles, while leading the congregation in songs that cover the full range of emotion from sorrow to joy, and the full truth of God’s gospel.
We write some of our own songs, and we also play arrangements of classic hymns and modern worship songs. We’ve recorded several albums, which you can listen to here.
Q. How Can I Find A Community Group in Southern Indiana?
View Sojourn Southern Indiana Community Groups in a full screen map
If you scroll below the map, you’ll see a full list of all our groups, complete with addresses, meeting times, and contact info. You can also pick up a printed list at our church on Sunday. Although the majority of our groups are in New Albany, we also have groups in Jeffersonville, Clarksville, Floyds Knobs, Georgetown and several other Indiana towns.
Have questions? Contact Bobby Gilles at firstname.lastname@example.org.