FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question:

I want to know God personally. What do I have to do to seek God for my life?

Answer:

WAYS TO KNOW GOD BETTER There are many ways to connect with someone at NBCC about knowing God. Feel free to join the congregation on Sunday morning from 9:15 – 10:15 AM for Sunday school. There you can be a part of a small group that studies the Bible weekly. This learning experience is the best way to grow in your knowledge of Jesus our Lord.

 

You are free to call the office and talk with someone personally about what the Bible says regarding knowing God for yourself. If you don’t have a Bible just let us know (716-833-6598).

 

We would like to also suggest that you read “More than a Carpenter” written by Josh McDowell. This little book will help you to find answers for life from the Bible.

 

Visit us any Sunday at 10:30 AM and worship the Lord through singing and preaching with us. You may call us anytime at 716-833-6598. E-mail us with your questions at help@nbccwny.org.

 

 

 

Question:

What is your congregation make-up?

Answer:

North Buffalo is a blend of babies, youth, singles, couples and seniors. We are also ethnically diverse. There are 10 or more different language people-groups in our church.

 

Question:

How can a person get to heaven?

Answer:

You must trust in the Lord Jesus as the only way to God. His death, burial and resurrection is God’s gift to us. We must accept God’s way of salvation. For your free report “8 Steps to Finding God”, send a blank email to: 8steps@getresponse.com now!

 

 

Question:

What Bible version do you use?

Answer:

The people in our church use various versions of the Bible. The official version for North Buffalo Community Church, SBC is the New International Version (NIV).

 

 

Question:

Do you have a nursery?

Answer:

Yes, the preschool-nursery is open each week during the worship service which begins 10:30 AM.

 

 

Question:

What denomination are you?

Answer:

North Buffalo is a Southern Baptist congregation affiliated with Frontier Baptist Association and the Baptist Convention of New York.