Can you go to 2 different churches?
It’s fine to attend two different churches. Different churches can provide you with different benefits. I used to attend two churches—one gave me more spiritual benefits; the other gave me more social benefits. Do what benefits you and don’t worry about what people say.
Should couples go to church together?
Couples who attend church together enjoy significantly happier relationships, in large part because they socialize with friends who share their faith and especially because they pray with one another. In other words, those couples who pray together are happiest together.
Is it a sin to go to another church?
No, it is not a sin to visit another Christian service. It however does not fulfill a Catholics obligation to attend Sunday Mass.
What does the Bible say about attending 2 churches?
It is for our own good that God want us in fellowship with other believers. We need each other to grow up in the faith, to learn to serve, to love one another, to exercise our spiritual gifts, and to practice forgiveness.
What does the Bible say about spouses attending different churches?
According to Genesis 2:24, “Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.” A husband and wife are supposed to “cleave together as one” after they marry. The couple is not cleaving if both partners attend different churches.
Why is it important to go to church as a couple?
Sociologists Brad Wilcox and Nicholas Wolfinger found that couples who go to church and pray together are generally happier, and that churchgoing men tend to be in happy relationships. Interestingly, women who went to church without their boyfriend or husband were less likely to be happy in love.
Is it a sin to not go to church every Sunday?
The answer to this question has to be both a common answer and an exception. First, the common answer is: No, Christians cannot forsake gathering together (Hebrew 10:25). Members should attend every Sunday possible to worship their sovereign and enjoy the assembly of the saints.