Come celebrate the real Jesus, make friends, and hear good news for everyday life.
Sunday Gathering, 10am
10am at Family Support Center 1075 Blythe Avenue, SE, Cleveland, TN 37311 Off 9th Street SE and Wildwood Ave.
What To Expect
Plan Your Visit Gather with real people around the real Jesus.
Good News for Real Life
Expect to hear the good news of Jesus every time. Our gatherings are filled with opportunities for you to hear, participate in, and apply the good news of Jesus to the broken, burnt out and bored places of life.
Music with Meaning
Expect songs with great words, rich with honest expression and a God-ward focus. Whether ancient or modern, you're eyes will be lifted to Jesus.
Expositional Preaching Filled with Grace
Expect to hear Christ-Centered, Gospel-saturated preaching usually walking through a book of the Bible. At times there may be dialogue, and at other times declaration, but all the time Jesus will be the hero and your real life will be the target.
Expect to celebrate the Lord's Supper each week as a gospel family. As followers of Jesus, we remember the finished work of Christ and empowering presence of the Spirit together. More than an empty ritual, guests who are not followers of Jesus are encouraged to take Christ rather than feel pressured to participate.
Good News for Kids
Expect a safe, fun learning environment for children 8 weeks old—5th Grade to hear the good news of Jesus in age-appropriate classes during the gathering. Parents who prefer their children with them in the gathering are welcome to do so too. Our greeters will help answer any questions and walk you and your child to his or her class.
Come As You Are
Expect real people in need of Jesus, not a dress code. Our approach to God in worship is not defined by our attire or appearance, but by our attitude. Come as you are. We know people's dress and participation will vary. Our gatherings allow you to engage in ways that are comfortable for you and your family.
Expect real people from various professions, economic backgrounds, ethnicities, and life stages. You'll also find folks in different stages of their spiritual journey, from skeptics to deeply committed.
Good news for the broken, burnt out, and bored. (Coming Soon: Subscribe to the podcast for weekly sermons.)