Connect today.

Join the Where You Are Community.

If you've been watching the live service for a while and want to get involved, you're in the right place.
Engage with these opportunities.
Weekly services to encourage and challenge you.
Bible Studies to connect to God and others.
Videos & stories every Wednesday to inspire you.

God created us to live in community.

At Where You Are Church, we believe church isn't content to be consumed but a community to do life with.

There are plenty of ways to get involved around here. We know it take a lot of trust and commitment, so we make it easy to get started.

Start by joining us for our Sunday morning service, then consider chatting with a pastor or starting a watch party with your friends, family, neighbors, or co-workers.

9 & 10:30AM EST every Sunday

Weekly services to give you practical next steps.

Ready to get connected? Start here:

1. Start with the weekly service.

When in doubt, join us for the live service. Sing your heart out, take notes, and give yourself space to be present every Sunday morning.

2. Sign up for our community.

Wherever you're at on your faith journey, your next step is waiting for you in the Bible. Take another by joining our Facebook community and stay connected.

3. Then, chat with a pastor.

We may be a big community, but it's important that no one gets lost in the shuffle. You matter, and our pastors would love to meet with you and welcome you back to church.
Go deeper

Let's study God's Word together.

God's Word is filled with stories, teaching, poetry, and history that brings us closer to Him. In it, God has a message for each of us - a message of love, hope, and redemption.

Wherever you're at on your faith journey, there's a journey waiting for you in the Bible.

Take the first step by joining one of our daily Bible studies.

Chat with a pastor

Our church may be online, but we're real people - just like you.

Contact us to chat with a pastor and find out how you can get connected.

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