We're going mobile! Here's what you need to know...

As we launch into our mobile church format this week, we wanted to answer some questions that you may be having. This is going to be a learning experience for all of us, but we are really excited about what God is doing!

Where and when are we meeting?

Services will start at 10am and on most Sunday mornings we will be meeting in the upstairs banquet hall at Sundance Golf Course. There will be a couple of Sunday mornings where we will meet at different locations or not at all. Please continue to check out our website calendar and Facebook page for weekly updates and information.

There will be a Sunday School class at Dehn's Country Manor starting at 8:45am.

What's service going to be like?

Services will be very similar to the way we have done them in the past. We will have a worship band, we will have announcements and take offering, and we will hear a message from Pastor Jim. A couple of changes include a more casual atmosphere and services will probably be a little shorter.

Throughout the summer, we will be hosting some fun family activities right after service on Sundays. Make sure you keep track of those by visiting our events page. 

What about the staff?

Our staff will be mostly working out of their homes or getting together at various locations for meetings. You can still contact them by phone or email. If you need to meet with a staff member in person, they would be happy to schedule a time to meet with you.

How long will we be mobile?

There's no way of being absolutely sure how long we will be in a mobile format, but we're hoping to break ground in late July or early August. Once we break ground, we are expecting a 6-8 month construction period before our new building is complete. You can keep track of the progress here.

How does mobile church work?

All of our service equipment and supplies are packed into carts inside a large enclosed trailer. Every Sunday morning, a team of volunteers will unload the trailer and start setting up before service. That same crew will help tear down and re-pack the trailer. We inherited this mobile system from Clarity Church, a mobile church plant in Plymouth, and we're confident that it will become second nature after just a few weeks. If you'd like to help out with this, contact Pastor Taylor here


If you have more questions, feel free to contact us here.