We exist, above everything else, to help students discover Real Life.
Real Life is a relationship with Jesus.
Real Life begins, not ends, in salvation in Jesus.
Once we accept Him as Savior we are called to our next steps
in our relationship with Him.
We want to set up dates for you in your relationship with Jesus.
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“Come close to God, and God will come close to you.”
The best way to start our day is to invite Christ in.
When we take time to: worship Him, study His Word,
examine our hearts, and honestly pray to Him
we are taking steps to welcome Him in to our lives.
Don’t let a day go by where you don’t Draw Close.
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How Can We Pray For You?
Something beautiful about Jesus is that He listens to His people.
When we take the time to pray/talk to Him, He takes the time to listen and answer.
We know that some things get so overwhelming we want some help, and support,
which is why we want to spend time talking to God about you, and about what you need help with.
Let us know how we can be praying for you throughout the week.
Write your prayer request below, and our team will be praying for you.
Feel free to include your name or leave it anonymous.
Baptism is an important symbol of the new life that God gives to us through Jesus.
It reminds us that without Jesus we are dead in our sins, and need to be resurrected.
It also is a reminder that we are called to join God’s family and share in the life
that He gives through the Church. Baptism is our next step following salvation,
and a celebration of our new life!
Every Wednesday night we spend time in a message from God’s Word.
The messages are our way of looking to God’s Word to find
practical next steps for our relationship with Jesus.
Check out this past week’s message, or our past messages.
Play Your Part
The New Testament teaches that the church is a gathering of believers who have been gifted by God, to serve each other effectively. In knowing what the New Testament teaches about serving, and using our God given gifts to serve, then we are called to play a part in the church.
Play Your Part helps students find a place to serve the church, either on Sunday mornings or Wednesday nights.