Hey friends! We’re all about reaching more people with the life-changing message of Jesus. And you can help make that happen by writing positive reviews for our church online.

When you look for a new restaurant to visit, you probably check the reviews first. And people looking for a church do the same thing. In your reviews for Carefree Church, you can add photos, be specific about why you love being part of the church, and share why someone should come check it out. Here are some example reviews people have left for our church:

“The Pastor and his family are genuinely caring and they make for a fun loving environment. People are so nice. The church is beautiful and the music, band and of course every day scripture message and themes that Pastor Dwight speaks upon is always done well. I always look forward to Sundays and the events this church does.”

“Great Service with very friendly family staff and Pastor Dwight is amazing. You feel like it’s your family when you walk in. They have many special events and gatherings. Highly Recommended and God Bless you all..”

“Fantastic church where the pastor delivers thoughtful, fascinating sermons with a delightful sense of humor. The music is outstanding and the whole experience is uplifting and refreshing. Members of the church are friendly and go out of their way to make visitors feel welcome. I always look forward to attending services at Carefree Church.”

Thank you for sharing your experience at Carefree Church! Just click the link below, sign in to your Google account and write your review!

Review Pointers:

  • Write about what really stands out to you about the church.
  • Make it personal. Share part of your journey. This is a great way to share part of your personal testimony, but keep it brief and upbeat.
  • Use words/language that everyone understands and can relate to.
  • Feel free to make it fun, use emojis, etc.
  • Write like you are visiting with a person who has never been to a church before.
  • We love 5 stars!
  • Don’t really worry about perfect grammar and spelling. In fact, if it’s too perfect a review can sound fake.