Love God. Love People. Do Something.
Connections Church exists to connect people with Jesus, one another and our world.
Connections are all around us. We can connect to nearly anything and anybody, anywhere at any time. But for all our progress and possibilities, how many of us feel disconnected? Despite all the connections we are able to make we often feel unconnected to anything, or anyone, in a meaningful way. In an increasingly online, fast-paced, interconnected world so many are still missing the most important connection.
Connecting with God
We want people to know they can connect to God in a real, personal and even life-changing way.
Connecting with people
We want people to have opportunities to connect with other people in honest and authentic ways.
Connecting with the world
We want people to connect to our community and the world in service that makes a difference.
Connections Church is all about cultivating our most vital relationships: connecting with God, with people and with the world. Our hope is that you will find it a place to connect as well. Learn More >
Join Us for Sunday Worship
Service begins at 9:30 AM
Come to Connections Church ready to encounter God. Really, come ready for a life-changing experience every week. Come ready for God to REVEAL something new. If you are still alive, then God has a plan for you on this planet.
Come ready to REJOICE. That doesn’t mean you pretend everything is OK. It means we take joy in the many blessings that all of have in Jesus.
Come ready to RESPOND. Maybe it’s saying a prayer for the first time. Maybe it’s giving your life to Jesus and becoming a Christian. Every service is ultimately an invitation that invites a response.
The Struggle Is Real
Life can be a struggle. Sometimes we’re told to “grin and bear it.” Or “fake it till you make it.” But Jesus says, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”
Instead of hiding our struggles or pretending they aren’t real, Jesus wants us to come to him for answers and help. This Fall will go to Jesus with some of our most common and difficult struggles.