We’ve all got a next step to take as we move forward and grow closer to God. Don’t know where to start? Check out the steps below.
Whether you’ve been around our church for a while or your brand new here, taking the next step starts with First Steps. First Steps is held once a month and is focused on helping you get to know our family of faith. We’ll talk about our mission, beliefs and introduce you to our different ministries. If you’re looking for a place to serve, interested in becoming a member, or just curious to see what we’re all about, First Steps is for you.TAKE THE STEP
The Bible clearly teaches that baptism is the first step of obedience after making a commitment to Christ. Baptism allows a believer to communicate to the world their heart-felt commitment to follow Him. The Bible defines Baptism as:A sign of identification (Acts 8:36-38)Symbolic of death and resurrection (Romans 6:4-5)Representative of a cleansing (1 Peter 3:1)Important step of obedience in Scripture (Matthew 28:19-20, 1 John 2:3)Baptism isn’t what saves you, but it’s an outward symbol of your inner commitment to follow Christ. In a way, baptism is a lot like a wedding ring. The ring doesn’t make you married, but it’s a symbol of your love and devotion to your spouse, and that your life is being lived for someone else.TAKE THE STEP
At Together Church, we believe no one can stand alone in their journey through life. It is essential that you have people in your life that care for you and keep you accountable, people that you can serve our greater community with, and people that help you grow closer to Christ. All of this happens through Together Groups. Together Groups are small groups of people (typically 8-12) that meet once a week at various times in a leader’s or host’s home. A typical night in a Home Group would be food and hanging out, then a discussion about the past Sunday’s sermon where you can go deeper into the message – all while developing close friendships with people just like you.TAKE THE STEP
Sunday mornings at Together are all about seeing people discover God. But it can’t be done without a host of volunteers making it happen on Sundays and throughout the week. Furthermore, these teams are where people get to know each other, build relationships, and have fun doing it!TAKE THE STEP