Our chief objective is to glorify God. We purpose to edify one another; building each other up toward Christ-like maturity. Our further purpose is to draw others in the immediate and general vicinity to Jesus Christ, and to engage in a worldwide missionary and discipleship endeavor.
What's the bottom line? Kingdom Life Church is committed to fostering a family built around walking humbly in love, standing firm in faith, and speaking grace and hope wherever we go. And as we move forward as a church family, inclusion and belonging remain at the center of who we are as followers of Christ.
What does this mean for you? Most importantly, where you are in your faith journey, you're always welcome at Kingdom Life Church. We're saving a seat for you.
Kingdom Life Students is a place where teenagers encounter the fullness of Jesus and where all can connect in genuine community.
At Kingdom Life, one way we provide opportunities for growth and connection for our men and women is with our monthly meetings and annual retreats. All are welcome to join!
Kingdom Life is about reaching people around the corner and around the world - which is why we have mission partners in India, Cuba, Haiti, Ghana, Australia, South Africa, and more!
We have given away over $1 million to ministries around the world for the gospel of Jesus Christ!
At Kingdom Life Church our kids (infant through 6th grade) experience safe, age-appropriate environments where they learn about Jesus in a creative and relevant way. We would love to see you and your family visit Kingdom Life Kids!
Young Adult Ministry
Kingdom Life Young Adults is for anyone between the ages of 18 and 30, and is all about connecting together through faith, food, and fun! Childcare is available upon request if needed. We would love to see you!
"Our Christian faith mandates that we do more than just talk about faith and sing about love. We must put faith and love into action to make them real, to make them come alive for people. Faith must be incarnated; that is to say, it must become more than a verbal proclamation or an intellectual assent. True faith must be acted out."