Choosing a church home is an important decision, and we desire to help individuals discern whether God is calling them to commit to Church of the City as their home. Many churches refer to this commitment as church membership. We choose to identify it as being a Stakeholder. We find this distinction important because we have a shared interest in God’s specific work in and through COTC. To become a Stakeholder, we provide a three-week deep dive into the values of Church of the City and what it means to be a member here, culminating in the opportunity to become a Stakeholder.
Missional Communities are one of the best ways to connect at Church of the City. These groups meet weekly in homes and provide opportunities to build authentic community, study the Bible, and serve the city in an on-going way. The first step to getting connected in a new missional community is to attend a Missional Community Connect.
Additional Upcoming Option – November 4
Learning Communities provide an integrated learning atmosphere to provide opportunities to grow in your relationship with Jesus. These courses are specifically designed to support our core values: Worship, Renewal, Compassion, Generosity, Diversity, Neighborhoods and Practices.
Our fall learning communities are launching in August! Click the button below to view available classes and to register.
Here at Church of the City, our volunteers find that it’s about more than just serving. They are a community linking arms together to love on our guests the same way they would welcome them into their homes. Joining a team is often the quickest way to begin forging new relationships here at Church of the City. By joining one of our serving teams, you will meet others who are carrying out the mission of Church of the City. The Hospitality Ministries include: Communion, Worship Hosts, Prayer, Coffee, Greeter, Connections, Parking, Medical, Security, Midweek and Special Events.