what sundays look likE


    Rushing to Church? Don't have time for breakfast? We've got your back! Every Sunday we offer a selection of delicious donuts from our friends at New Day Bakery, and coffee from Treeline. Kids have often called Connect the "Donut Church," and we think Jesus loves donuts too. 

  • connect kidS check-in

    Every Sunday our Connect Kids team is ready to welcome your kids into age-appropriate classrooms. Each classroom features worship, teaching, and activities designed to create a space for kiddos to experience Jesus and learn about his heart for them.

  • sing a new song!

    Connectors love to worship, and music has a remarkable power to engage our minds and our hearts to connect with God. Whether you are loud and off key, a quiet listener, or If you've never experienced worship like ours, don't worry. You have a place here! No one will pressure you. We do hope, however, that you will participate at your comfort level, and maybe even stretch your limits as you connect with God in worship.

  • experience god's word

    Each week one of our pastors brings a dynamic and challenging message from the Bible. We believe that by listening to Jesus speak to us from the scriptures and from inspired teaching we will be transformed. You can expect to learn something new, be challenged to apply biblical truth to your life, and experience the presence of Jesus--the Word of God.

  • staying connected

    Lots of people stay well after our gathering "officially" ends to spend time in conversation or prayer. If you have kids, you can pick them up at the check-in station, and then feel free to hang out. Talk to a pastor, connect with a small group leader, or just help us finish off the donuts. We hope you'll take the time to connect.


We are a lively group of people that loves to worship God, hang out together, and have lots of fun. 

Our gatherings last about 90 minutes. We dress casually, our music is contemporary. We sing modern songs with a band, and we usually throw some oldies in there with the newer songs. We sing, clap, and raise our hands, all expressions of love for God.  You can expect to laugh a lot, learn a lot, and you might even shed a tear or two.