“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.” Hebrews 10:24-25.
We ask you to GATHER with others.
We believe in the importance of gathering together in community with others. Jesus modeled gathering with various groups in his disciple making pathway and left us footprints to follow. Relationships are at the heart of Jesus’ earthly ministry. Here is an overview of his discipleship ministry from large → small gatherings.
Large gatherings: Each Sunday we gather in a larger setting for our worship service. This is a time for the entire church to gather for worship, hear the proclamation of God's word together, serve one another and give to kingdom work. It’s the best time to invite a friend or neighbor who may or may not be following Jesus. Remember, we want all people to be able to come as they are. A Sunday morning church service is where most people start their discipleship journey, but it should not be where it ends.
Midsize gatherings: We provide midsize gatherings for fellowship. These gatherings provide better opportunities than large gatherings to begin building relationships.
● Newcomer’s Lunch
● Women’s Gatherings
● Men’s Gatherings
● Senior Saints Gatherings
● Teen Gatherings
● Discover Vista
Sunday worship and midsize fellowships are important in our discipleship journey, but smaller groups are a place to grow deeper in relationships and in the understanding of God’s Word.