Church Online

We’ll be streaming this Sunday’s service to you at 9:00 and 10:30 am… or whenever you want to watch.

You have 3 venues for participating in this Sunday’s worship service:

  1. Church Online. This makes it a bit easier to follow along with notes, interact in the chat, privately request prayer, or even look up Bible verses. Plus it includes links to online giving and more.
  2. Facebook. Some of you have hosted “watch parties” to invite your friends, and the live comments give us a chance to interact.
  3. YouTube. This is basically our backup in case the rest crashes and burns… but if you prefer it, it works!

Whichever venue you choose, we hope you’ll join in just as fully as if you were in the room with us! Greet each other in the chat or comments, let us know how we can pray for you, and sing along! (This is your chance! No one but God will hear you!)

If you miss the 9:00 service, others will be gathering again on Church Online at 10:30, if you want to interact with each other in real-time. After that, the video will continue to be available on YouTube and Facebook whenever you want to watch.

Zoom into the lobby!

You know how on a typical Sunday you might hang out for a bit after the service to chat with folks? Well, we’re going for a little taste of that lobby experience with Zoom! In between the services (approx. 10:00-10:30 am) you can join us by clicking here. We hope to see you Sunday!

You can also check here for other opportunities to connect online throughout the week!

Find Us…

Church Online | Facebook | YouTube

1115 Calumet Ave.
Valparaiso, IN 46383
(across from Old Fairgrounds Park between Evans & Harrison)

219-462-1245

Come As You Are

If there’s one place where you can take off the mask, let down your guard, and just be yourself, it’s church: a community of grace, where nobody is perfect and everybody depends on the help of God and each other to live better each day than the day before.

If that sounds good to you, we invite you to come check it out.

Listen Online

You can listen to individual messages online or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes and take them with you.

You can also catch video of past services on Facebook or YouTube.