Church In Community

January 10, 2022

We strongly believe that life change happens in the context of community. That's why we are setting aside this month to teach on, experience, experiment, and express Cultivating Community. Sunday, January 16th we will Experience Community During our Sunday services, we will experience community as it is modeled for us by Mike, Matt, and Jen. Sunday, January 23rd we will Experiment with Community During our Sunday services, we will experiment with those around us as Mike leads us through a guided time of community. Sunday, January 30th we will Express Community On this day we will gather in homes across our community to pursue Jesus through fellowship with one another. There are 2 ways for you to enter into community that day - Organic - grab 2-4 other people/families and invite them to your home to share this time together. Published - we will have some people who have opened their homes to others. You will find those signups on our website. This will be a family-friendly experience - kids 8 and up will be able to participate in the conversation and we’ll provide some resources for those 3-7 as we know they need something to keep them occupied while you share community together. You can find more details and answers to FAQ’s on our website and you will also hear more on Sunday mornings. We are excited to step into this month! Our prayer is that the majority of our church family finds a smaller community where discipleship, care, prayer, and fellowship happen regularly!

New In-Person Service Times

We are changing our In-Person service times. We are going from 3 services to 2 services at 9 & 11am. The last few weeks, we’ve been in our new temporary space, and we've loved seeing so many of our church family come back and join us live for church. The new space we are in now is bigger than our last space, so don’t worry about saving room for other people! Click the button to sign-up!

Good Friday Service

April 2, 2021 • Mike Tatlock

Join us as we remember Jesus' ultimate sacrifice together through communion and worship. Why is Good Friday good? Because Jesus’ death on the cross meant the death of our punishment. Today we remember Jesus’ sacrifice for us. The moment when he stood in our place and took our punishment upon himself. So that we could live in relationship with him forever.