Churches moving away from spotlighting denominations in church names
A ROSE BY ANY other name would smell as sweet - but that doesn’t always apply to churches.
Out of a dozen or more congregations planted on the Northside in the past 10 or 15 years, only a few of them specify a denomination in their names.
That’s not necessarily because they’re all nondenominational. And apparently it’s not because these young churches are ashamed of where they come from, what they believe, or their denomination of choice.