How We Do Church

We focus on less to accomplish more

We ask every member to commit to three spiritual practices – Gatherings, Groups, and Good.


Every Sunday we gather for a time of worship, communion, and teaching. While church is much more than what happens during one hour a week, these shared experiences cut through the clutter of life and connect us to God.


Beyond Sundays we ask everyone to be part of a home group. Why? Because life is about relationships (love God, love others), and home groups are our way of helping you form great friendships. We also offer short-term studies and service opportunities called interest groups.


Other than gatherings and groups, we encourage you to do good. Much of discipleship happens in unscheduled moments – spending time with a loved one, hugging your child, praying, reading scripture, being a good neighbor, and serving your community. We avoid over-scheduling you so that whatever good is on your heart, you will have the time to go for it!

Why do we ask these 3 things of you?

Because we believe these rhythms of life give God a lot of room to work.

Gatherings remind us God is worthy of our trust. Groups provide a way to move beyond the superficial with really good friends. And doing good – even the smallest of good deeds – helps us live with the eyes of Jesus.

If you’ll practice these 3 things, we believe you’ll grow closer to Christ. For 2,000 years, Christians have lived and breathed nothing more and nothing less – loving God, loving others, and serving the world.