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Small Groups

Our small groups focus on the neighborhoods in which we live. We have groups that meet on campus, online, and in homes across our city. Find your group here. For more information, email Darren Sides, Associate Pastor of Discipleship.

Preschool – Sunday Groups

Preschool groups are offered at 9:00 a.m., on Sundays, for our 3-5-year-olds (not yet in Kindergarten). Each Sunday morning, preschoolers will sing along to high energy songs, listen to an age-appropriate lesson, watch videos, play games, and more. Preschool worship is available at 10:30 a.m. ETC (extra time of care) is also offered at 10:30 a.m., for children 2 and under. For more information, email Margaret Furnas, Preschool Director.

Children – Sunday Groups

Each Sunday, at 9:00 a.m., kids (grades K-5) get together to worship God in a manner that is developmentally appropriate and allows them to draw closer to Christ. KidWorship encompasses all the elements of “adult” worship, including prayer, songs, scripture, and a message. We will add in a few games and lots of energy to truly engage the children with the Gospel message. For more information, Email Todd Kornahrens, Pastor of Families and NextGen.

Students – Sunday Groups

Students (grades 6-12), meet on the third floor at 9:00 a.m., each Sunday. The Student Ministry exists to lead students to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. To accomplish our mission we GATHER together to worship the God who created and loves us, we GROW in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ, and we GO into our community and world with the power of His Spirit to bring heaven a little closer to earth. For more information, email…

“But God showed His love for us in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.”

Romans 5:8

Latest Sermons


Social distancing and mask mandates have made us all more aware of the potential for contamination. In Bible times, people who were infected with various diseases were required to yell, “Unclean!” as they made their way in public. Masks, social distancing, and yelling “unclean” are all motivated by the same idea — unhealthy people contaminate healthy people. It doesn’t work the other way around. A sick person doesn’t get well because they are touched by a healthy person … unless…

Before and After

Even the most basic reading of the Gospels tells us that Jesus was loved by sinners and repeatedly challenged and questioned by the religious people of His day. In fact, Jesus’ harshest words were not directed towards people far from God, but rather to those who claimed to be the closest. Then why does it seem like the church caters to the religious and resists the “sinners” of our day? Why do sinners often resist the church and Jesus’ followers…


After preaching His first public sermon and performing a couple of miracles, word about Jesus spread throughout Galilee. He was just beginning to draw larger crowds when, after a time of solitude, Jesus suddenly announced that He was leaving for other towns. Join us for part six of Inception where we see the circumstances that led Jesus to leave His hometown in pursuit of God’s ultimate mission to save the world. Passage (read it): Luke 4:31-44 Principles (know them): Who…


When Nazareth’s favorite son showed up to preach His first public sermon, He received a lot of support from the crowd. But Jesus quickly moved from hero to zero when His friends and neighbors threatened to kill Him for something He said. What turned Jesus’ hometown crowd against Him? Join us for part five of Inception to learn how embracing God’s mission challenges our preconceived notions and reveals hidden biases. Passage (read it): Luke 4:14-30 Principles (know them): Racism is…

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