Are you ready to take the next step and learn more about who God is? Our Alpha Course is an engaging and accepting environment for you to discuss and ask any and all questions about God. We want to support your walk in learning about God and exploring the meaning of life.
Every second Sunday of the month, we would love for you to join us in the parent lounge after worship. We believe in cultivating relationships and would love to get to know you and for you to get to know us in a more relaxed environment. Refreshments provided!
Bridge Groups are how we live out our focus on relationships and are a great way to get to know others more intimately and provides the opportunity to grow authentic relationships that encourage our ongoing pursuit of a relationship with Jesus. We want everyone to have a group of people that they can feel comfortable in and call their community. Sunday mornings alone won’t fulfill the need we all have to be in relationship with each other. We have several different bridge groups to choose from that meet throughout the week.
For more information about Bridge Groups Click Here.
Please contact Jaimie Hartman for more information on getting involved with a Bridge Group.
We put a lot of energy into our youth program, Shelter 7 (middle and high school). We know your kids and teenagers will love coming to these programs where they can learn about God and build relationships with each other.
For more information about our Youth Ministry Click Here.
What we do takes a lot of energy, commitment and effort from our church family. This is a great opportunity to get involved with our church, get to know who we are, and serve our community! Work Groups include Guest Services, Communications, Sunday Morning Worships, Children & Youth Programming, and Outreach. Contact Jaimie Hartman for more information on how to get involved in a work group.
ARBOR BRIDGE IN ACTION
Every year we provide a Thanksgiving meal to over 100 families in need.
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE
Our church provides ongoing meals to families staying in the Ronald McDonald House.