Come see what we're all about.
WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU VISIT
Come as you are! Our goal is for you to feel welcome the moment you drive onto our property. We have a casual environment where everyone is accepted. When you arrive, you’ll be greeted by a friendly smile. Visit our Guest Area just to the left as you enter the lobby, One of our volunteers would love to meet you and answer any questions you might have. Weekend services run between 65-75 minutes, and feature contemporary music, video, creative elements, and relevant messages.
HOW ABOUT MY KIDS?
Your kids will enjoy fun, age-appropriate programming from birth through 5th grade which runs simultaneously with our weekend services. Visit the Pathways Kids kiosk in the Guest Area of our lobby where our team will register your children and give them a name badge with a parent pick-up tag. If we need to contact you during service, your parent pick-up number will be displayed on the screens in the auditorium. At the end of the service, simply show your parent pick-up tag to the security personnel upon entrance into the Pathways Kids wing, then to a teacher in your child’s classroom and your child will be released to you.
DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING FOR MY TEENS?
Students grades 6-12 meet Wednesday evenings. Every mid-week gathering begins with a time of high-energy worship where all of the students are together, followed by separate programming for middle school and high school, where they each experience Biblical teaching and small groups.
HOW DO I GET CONNECTED?
We believe that connection to God, your church, and other Christ-followers are all critical to experiencing a growing relationship with Jesus. Regardless of where you are on that journey, we want to help you. A great way to find out your next step is to attend a Connect Gathering held several times each year where you will meet the pastors, learn more about the vision of Pathways, and meet some fun people!
Current Sermon Series
Sometimes things are torn down. Our lives fall apart and we try to hide and disguise the rubble. The great news is that God can rebuild, restore, and redeem our mistakes to create something stronger. Join us as we dive into Nehemiah this fall!