Connect. Discover. Grow. Serve. 

There's a lot going on at Kingdom. As God continues to bless us with more, sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming finding where you fit, especially if you're new.

That's where Next Steps comes in.

Whether you've been coming to Kingdom for 20 years or one week, we want to get to know you, learn how we can help you and your family, and show you ministries that will help you grow. Next Steps is a ministry to help you learn about our church, find community with others, and figure out where God might be calling you.

Step 1: Come worship with us!

The first step to getting involved at church is simply to join us for a Sunday service! Our services are at 9am and 10:45am, and childcare is available for your little ones. Click the link below to learn more about what you can expect at a Sunday service with us.

Step 2: Next Steps Station

On your way out of church on Sunday, be sure to fill out a Get Connected card and stop by a Next Steps station, located outside the sanctuary. We want to thank you for coming and answer any questions you might have!

Step 3: Next Steps Class

We are scheduling the next class now; stay tuned for dates!

About twice a year, Kingdom presents a three-week course for those new to our church, or those who are just looking for where God might be leading them next. The themes for each session are:

  1. Who Kingdom Is (history, beliefs, pastors, etc.)

  2. Who You Are (discovering who God has made you to be)

  3. Building Community (ministry meet & greet)

Step 4: jump in!

We believe that ministry and community are two essential parts of the Christian life. There are so many ways to get involved at Kingdom to help you build supportive relationships and live out your call to spread the love of Christ to the world.



Develop meaningful relationships with your church family by joining the Group that's right for you.

Serve at Kingdom

Develop your interests and talents to serve God and His church.

Serve Our Community

Help us serve our church family, bettering our community, and blessing those in need.