A place you can belong before you believe

When you join us, we want you to know that this is a place you can be you. You don’t have to clean up, dress up, or pretend to be perfect in order to find love and community. We love you the way you are and we want to give you an idea of what you can expect each week.

At a Sunday Experience, you can expect...

Find your personal next step, including...

  • An opportunity to connect
    • You may drop by our VIP area before or after the Experience to begin connecting to our church. We have a free gift for you to say “Thank You” for joining us. Or, if you feel more comfortable, you can remain anonymous until you’re ready.
  • A family to belong to
    • LifeGroups are the people you laugh, cry, and serve with. We believe life is better when it’s lived together.
  • An environment to ask questions
    • It’s ok to be skeptical. We’ve all been there before. LifeSpring 101 is the place for you.
  • A place to be cared for
    • At the end of each Experience, our Next Steps volunteers are there to be a shoulder to cry on, a listening ear, or guiding voice, or someone to pray with you or for you.
  • A chance to make a difference
    • God created you on purpose, with a purpose, and for a purpose. Check out LifeSpring 101 to begin discovering how you can partner with us in what God is doing in and through our church.

Your family will love...

  • A place just for kids.
    • Each Sunday, LifeKids, newborns-5th grade, learn about Jesus “on their level” in a safe, clean, fun environment while their parents enjoy our Sunday Experience. We’re so passionate about children loving church that we don’t give them the option of sitting with the adults in our Experience. We also provide a special room where moms with newborns not ready to attend LifeKids can view the entire Experience in HD.
  • A connection for teenagers.
    • Teenagers are the church of today, not the church of tomorrow. Each week 6th- 12th grade students gather with adult small group leaders who love them just the way they are and encourage them to become the difference makers God made them to be as they address the real issues teenagers face each and every day.