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Come visit us for live worship at 9:00 or 10:30 a.m., on Sundays, or join us online!
Located in the heart of San Marco.

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Next Events

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.

First Light – Sunday Worship

Join us for classic worship in the sanctuary, followed by small groups at 10:15 a.m. If you can’t join us live on Sundays, you can access the service by going to our website at 9:00 a.m. The message will be made available on our podcast which can be accessed wherever you get your podcasts.

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

A Sign of Becoming

Belief is important, but belief alone is not evidence that someone is actively walking with Jesus. The ritual of baptism is, therefore, more than a sign of believing, it is also a tangible sign of a person’s willingness to follow Jesus in acts of obedience. Join us for part two of Ripple Effects where we explore the differences between a religious ritual and a life-changing encounter with God. Passage (read it): 2 Kings 5:1-14 John 5:1-15 Romans 6:1-8 Principle (know…

A Sign of Believing

A watermark is a faint design embedded in some papers and is used for branding, as a mark of authenticity, and is a sign of quality. Look closely at the currency in your wallet and you will find a watermark that ensures that what you hold is real and will be backed by the government. Throughout the ministry of Jesus and the history of the church, baptism has been the watermark of a true disciple. Join us for week one…

Are You Able?

When we accept God’s love for us, we are still faced with the question: Why would a loving God allow bad things to happen? One answer might be that He is not able to stop them. But the very idea that God is not able is incompatible with the very existence of God. There is a difference between being able to do something and a willingness to do it. Most people are far more capable than they are willing. This…

Do You Care?

Critics of religion often say that if there is a god, he cannot be both all-powerful and all-loving. An all-loving God would not allow the terrible suffering we see in the world, and an all-powerful God would surely be able to stop it. Therefore, God is either not all-powerful, not all-loving, or simply doesn’t exist at all. Join us for part two of Questioning Jesus as we hear His own disciples ask, “Jesus, don’t you care?” Passage (read it): Luke…

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