1. Where do you meet on Sundays?
We meet at the Wiles Hill Community Center. It is a great, three-story facility that used to be an elementary school in a beautiful neighborhood just north of downtown Morgantown. Having been fully restored and renovated in the last couple years, it is an up-to-date facility that fits Catalyst Church to a T. We love our space!
2. What denomination are you?
Catalyst is non-denominational and we are from the Restoration Movement, which is a movement of churches that started to help align all denominations into one church of Jesus Christ.
Catalyst Church was planted here in Morgantown by the Virginia Evangelizing Fellowship (www.vef.cc). They work to help start active and vibrant churches all throughout the U.S.
3. Why is your name “Catalyst”?
The dictionary defines a catalyst as a person whose talk, enthusiasm, or energy causes others to be more friendly, enthusiastic, or energetic. This is what Catalyst is all about. Being an agent of change in our friendships, families, and community because of the effect that Jesus has in our lives.
4. Can I bring my kids?
Absolutely! Kids are a big priority for us. We have age-appropriate settings for your children with well-equipped and loving volunteers. Kids at Catalyst enjoy our teaching, curriculum, worship, and crafts while moms and dads are in the main worship service. Parents can check in their children prior to the service (and then get some coffee!) and then check them out from their leaders immediately following the service.
5. What should I wear?
Clothes (preferably). If you are a suit guy or a dress girl, go for it! If you are a jeans and a t-shirt guy or girl, (like most everyone you will see on stage) more power to you. A tux is a nice look, though. But really, just come as you are.