You are meant to be a part of something bigger.
Just by visiting this site, you’ve already shown that there’s something in you that desires to connect. That’s true for all of us these days. The way we are connecting is different. We’re doing through social media. We’re doing by texting. But, we’re also doing it face-to-face at coffee shops and over dinner.
But, what if you are feeling the urge to be a part of something even bigger? What if you’re looking to be a part of a community that knows you, accepts you, and also invites you to grow?
We believe that these urges to connect are not just random. We believe they are holy. We believe that the Creator of all of life has created us to live in relationship. And we want to help you find a deeper life by living in deeper community. Hopefully, this site will give you a better sense of who we are, but we also want to invite you to think about three other “steps” you can take to connect and engage with us:
Step #1 – Sundays
This doesn’t have to be the first step. Not at all. Hopefully, you’ll connect with us in some other way. Maybe you’ve met one of our church family members at work or through your kids’ soccer team? But, Sunday morning is a great way to get a sense of who we are and what our community is like. Check out the “Join Us This Sunday” tab for more information about our Sundays together as a church family.
Step #2 – Lunch with Wes
Every few months, we offer a lunch after worship for you to get to know myself, Pastor Wes. It’s also a great chance to meet some of our other long-time members and to get to know others who are newer to our church community. But, it doesn’t have to be one of these lunches. Let me know if you want to grab coffee by filling out the form below.
Step #3 – Community
Community really happens outside of Sunday morning. It happens in one of our homes on Thursday nights. It happens in a small group of younger married folks talking about work and marriage and kids. It happens when our choir gets together here on Wednesday evenings. We hope you’ll not only come on Sunday mornings. That’s just the start of community. Real community comes when we share meals, share our lives, and support each other by giving and receiving.