In September of 2014, Connect Church was started with this thought: There’s got to be more than what I’m currently experiencing – more to God, more to Christianity and more to church.
Unfortunately, although a lot of us have experienced church, most of us haven’t experienced all that God has to offer.
We believe that will happen when people…
Connect with God
Connect with people
Connect with their purpose
When people are able to do those things, they will find their place and discover God’s plan for their life. This is achieved through…
Weekend Services – A focus on worship & God’s Word in a life-giving environment.
Connect Groups – Engaging in authentic relationships throughout the week.
Discovering Your Gifts – The process of finding out who you were uniquely created to be and what God designed you to do.
Serving Together – You find significance when you find your place to serve with like-minded people who believe in you.
As a church, we are committed to helping people take the next steps spiritually. God has designed you for a specific purpose, and we would love nothing more than to see that purpose become a reality in your life! Because life is not just about survival, it’s about significance.
That’s why Connect is here. We’re here for changed lives – to see people fully engaged and having a sense of belonging to the body of Christ. Because every person matters. We’re here to see one person at a time Connecting with God – answering the greatest need of their life. One person at a time Connecting with other People – addressing the hidden pain of their life. One person at a time Connecting with their Purpose – acknowledging the untapped potential IN their life and discovering the purpose that God has FOR their life. Living their life in a significant way.
Let’s go on the journey together of experiencing more!
“Now to Him who is able to do IMMEASURABLY MORE than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us, to Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.” -Ephesians 3:20-21 NIV