We believe that church is about more than just Sunday morning. That’s because we believe that the church is a body, not a building, and we believe that that body, the church, is called to love God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength, to love our neighbors as ourselves, and to seek to make disciples of Jesus, for Jesus, with Jesus. We believe that the bulk of our calling and work happens during the week, in every-day life, in all every place that God sends us.
However, we also believe that Sunday morning is an important time for us to gather as a church. We gather each Sunday at 10:00am in order to worship God, to encourage one another, and to be equipped for the work that God calls us to.
Each Sunday, we express our love to God as we collectively sing, pray, give, celebrate the sacraments, share stories, and explore the good news of Jesus from scripture. Each Sunday, we seek to love our neighbors as we enjoy fellowship with each other, as we pray for the needs of our community and the world, and as we discover ways to serve our community and world. Each Sunday, we seek to make disciples as we invest in all who gather, from the youngest to the oldest, and as we’re sent out each Sunday to love and serve God in every-day life.
Join us for worship Sundays @10am in person and online. Click here to worship with us via livestream.
Throughout the Week
Be a part of one (or more!) of our community groups! These are diverse groups which aim to meet us wherever we are in life:
Evergreen Senior Fellowship – Fellowship and fun activities for those 60-ish and older.
Millennial Mondays – 20’s and 30’s gather for a kid-free dinner and fellowship.
Men’s Spiritual Formation Group – Book study, discussion, and prayer for men of all ages.
Coffee Break – Bible study, sharing, and prayer for women (Sept-May)
We also have neighborhood groups which are based on where you live. This is an opportunity to encourage one another and dive deeper in your own neighborhood:
Kirkland-Juanita | Redmond-Bridle Trails
Bellevue-Chevy Chase | Sammamish
Throughout Our Church