If you've recently sold your condo and have moved to a new city where you don't have any friends or family and are in need of a new church to become a member of then hopefully we can help you choose a church. It can be hard to move and leave your home and life you built, especially if you don't know anybody in your new city, and we want to make things as easy on you as we possibly can.
The best way to get to know any new city and familiarize yourself with the surrounding area around your new property is to do some online research and that includes searching online for a church. Most churches today have an online presence. All you have to do is type in the name of your new city and the keyword "church" or "churches" and a whole bunch of results will come back your way.
From there you can start researching what each church offers, where they are located, church activities and events, congregation sizes, children's programs, ministry opportunities, what time their services are, etc. Searching for your new church online is the best way to get you initiated in the religious community after you've moved into your new home. Searching for churches online might even remind you of when you were looking at potential homes on the internet.
Looking at churches through their website will give you a feel of what they are like, what they offer, and whether or not they might be a good fit for you. It's almost like a practice run of sorts. Once you've narrowed your search down you can take in some sermons of the churches you found online that might be a good fit for you.
After the sermon you can talk to the ministers, preachers, and church members to see if their church is a place you would want to become a member of. There's no need to rush as finding a church is a very important undertaking, just as important as looking for a new job or home. You want to take all the necessary precautions in choosing your new church and don't want to have to start the process all over again because you decided to go with the first church you went to a sermon to.
We hope we've been able to lead you on the right path when it comes to finding and choosing a new church. Good luck!