Life really is all about relationship. God created us to live in relationship with Him and with others. When you connect with Jesus, you become connected to other Christ-followers in a deep and personal way. We simply are better together!
A big part of living our faith together is sharing life together. We would like to invite you and your family to check out our upcoming events, find one that "fits," and join us as we share life together!
God has not given us a spirit of fear but one of power, love, and sound judgment. We remind ourselves of this everyday as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic along with you. Discover our response to COVID-19.
We know that going somewhere for the first time can be both exciting and a bit stressful. We want to help overcome that stress by helping you know what to expect when you worship with us.
While it may be easier for a church to focus on one generation, God never intended for people to be isolated from one another. Living faith and sharing life is multigenerational. Check out our ministries to all ages.
The Bible remains an unchanging, reliable, and trustworthy truth on which we can build our lives. You can get to know the Bible better and how its truth should impact our lives today by checking out our teaching page.
There is something powerful that occurs when you seek to encounter Jesus personally. We invite you to join us as we invest a few moments each day encountering Jesus through Pastor Jason's devotional blog.
God doesn't need anything from us, but He invites us to join Him in transforming the world. In addition to using your gifts, talents, abilities, and experience, we invite you to worship through generous financial giving.
On April 30, 2020, we discovered that our website had experienced a fatal malware attack earlier that week. Unfortunately, we were unable to recover either the website or any of the data. We have been working diligently to develop a new and better website. Over the next several weeks, you will notice many additional pages and updated content so check back often. Thank you for your patience!