Look Around The NeighborhoodVisiting a new place, especially a church, can be intimidating. We hope that your first time visiting our community, you find it to be a place where you can belong. Below is some information to help you feel more comfortable when you visit our neighborhood. Get Involved
We come together on Sundays to celebrate what God is doing in and through us. We always strive for a more simplistic approach to our worship; we sing some songs, listen to stories from the bible, share communion, and at times, even share a meal.
We hope you’ll join us at one of our services at 10:30 AM. Want to connect with us before you visit? Complete a connection card.
We are a neighborhood of inclusion and kindness building relationships over a warm cup of coffee, grace, and community. Learn more about our neighborhood here.
Our Mission & Vision
The mission at Neighbors is to be a deep and simple church of people that love God, love ourselves, and love our neighbors. This church is a community. A community, built by God and people where we aspire to create a world that emulates the safe and loving space where all people experience the full love and grace of Jesus. This is the heart of what our church is about. We believe every single person in the world is to be loved, honored, and celebrated. Everyone deserves respect, kindness, and grace.
What To Expect
When you come to Neighbors, you’ll find people just like you: diverse in their age, abilities, lifestyles, and social-economic background. They are creatives, blended families, young marrieds, business owners, recovering addicts, single parents, professionals, foster parents, college students, and singles. Some have known Jesus for many years, others have recently come back to Christ, some have yet to meet Him, and still others are skeptical of this whole church thing, but are looking for a community where they care about one another and all neighbors.
Our neighborhood is casual and comfortable. You’ll see people wearing shorts and flip flops sitting next to people dressed up – come as you are.
We’ve been told that we’re a pretty welcoming group too, so don’t be surprised if people greet you, come up to chat, or even offer you a cup of coffee in a travel mug to take with you!