Our God is alive and moving! This means that there is always a "next step" to take in our pursuit of a life centered around Him. Here at Livingway, we are dedicated to helping people take the next step on their faith journey. Our goal can be easily understood in a 4-part mission:
Wherever you find yourself, God will meet you there and walk alongside you. We are ready and willing to help you in any way that we can. There is always someone at the Next Steps desk in our worship center if you want to learn more about how to take YOUR next step!
We consider connecting with people who do not know God to be one of our greatest privileges. Our worship services are for people at all stages in their spiritual journey. Worship services at Livingway are exciting and engaging. We want you to feel that #Livingwayishome just as much as we do! Our hospitality team will greet and assist you as you walk in the door. We hope to make your experience a great one!
- Sunday Service – 10 AM
- Wednesday Service – 7 PM
- Celebration Sunday – on the first Sunday of every month we have services at both 10 AM & 6 PM
- Monday Night Prayer – 7 PM
We can’t wait to see you there!
We believe real life change happens in the context of relationships. In the Bible, they worshiped in the temple, but personal ministry happened house to house. Life Groups are a key aspect of our church community. They create a space for people to connect with others, protect each other, and grow together. Groups are formed with people who share similar interests or who are at a similar stage in life. Life Groups are offered in spring (February – April), and fall (September – November). Each semester is kicked off with a new Life Group directory and registration.
Start Living Classes
So now that you have attended Livingway and maybe even joined a Life Group… What comes next? We don’t want you to have a crash course in God and then stop. As we teach God’s Word to you, we hope to share with you the Next Steps to establish and build a relationship with God.
We start this process in a series of classes called Start Living. During Start Living, you will dive into our 4-part mission to know God on a deeper level, find freedom in connection with others, discover your purpose, and make a difference in your everyday life.
These sessions take place every month on three consecutive Sundays following our Sunday morning worship service. You can sign up below or stop by our Next Steps desk in our Worship Center for more information!
All of us were created by God to make a difference in the life of another person. God has a place for you where your unique abilities and passions can touch the lives of others. We believe your life will truly make sense once you find, develop, and fulfill that purpose. At Livingway, every member is a minister and every task is important.
There are only two steps to becoming a Difference Maker:
- Attend and complete our 3-week Start Living course
- Meet with our Difference Makers Pastor for an informal interview where he can discover more about your gifts, talents, and interests so you can get plugged in with the ministries that best suit you.
We offer personal Bible studies to anyone who wants to learn more about who God is and deepen their understanding of His Word. If you’re interested in learning more, there is always someone available to answer your questions!
What is baptism?
Baptism is an important step to publicly show that we are putting our trust in Jesus for salvation. We learn that the purpose of baptism is to remit our sins (Acts 2:38). We use Jesus’ baptism in Luke 3:21-23 as our example. When we baptize, we immerse people under the water to symbolize Jesus’ death and burial and then are raised out of the water as Jesus was raised from the dead. We believe in baptism in Jesus’ Name as illustrated in Acts 10:48 and Acts 19:1-5. Water baptism is a public declaration of three things: you are following Jesus Christ, you are beginning a new and changed life in Christ, and you are part of a brand new family.
Why should I be baptized?
As Christians, we are baptized, because we are commanded to do so by Jesus Himself in Matthew 28:19-20. Through this step, we are baptizing for the remission of our sins and turning away from our past to a new life of trusting and believing in Jesus as our Savior (Acts 2:38-39).