Part of growing in relationship to God is growing in relationship to one another. Relationships of our worshipping community are the heart of our life together. We share stories and personal connections and our sense of belonging is strengthened by giving and receiving care.
We are an intergenerational community connected by relational bonds. About 700 people identify with us as their church home either as friends or members. People experience fellowship through groups of Bible study, shared interest, service, dinners, games, and spontaneous gatherings.
We want to create a warm welcome for all who attend an event, come to a meeting, or enter worship. If you desire to be welcomed in this way or have hospitality gifts and want to serve on our team use the button below to contact us.
We actively care for members and friends through a coordinated process of receiving care requests and responding with acts of kindness, encouragement, and support when and wherever needed. Sometimes the care is delivered by one of many specialized forms of care provided by Deacons, Stephen Ministers, prayer groups, or other support groups. Other times care is provided personally by church members and friends.
To communicate a care request, participate in a support group, or learn more about these and other caring ministries, contact Colleen Soldate, Director of Caring Ministries. For urgent needs call our 24-hour hotline at (707) 328-5465.