by Moody Adams “Bill Jenkins … calls his month-old church plant in northern California Urbanlife,”reports the Christian Post. They meet in downtown San Jose in a bar call the Loft Bar and Bistro at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings. He told The Christian Post he wants to create ‘a safe environment for a dangerous message.’”
Ninety-two percent of the population in Santa Clara County, is unchurched. The majority of people there have rejected traditional forms of church. So Jenkins wants to provide church in a new way.
“Come on,” he said to this reporter, who offered to visit the unconventional church if in the area, “I’ll buy you a pint.”
Some preachers are so desperate to draw crowds and get offerings they will do anything, even serve alcohol.