The most important thing to know about us is that we are all about Jesus. Our desire is to become people of love as we follow Jesus together in our communities. If you want to know more about what we believe, click here.
Time and Place
We gather together for worship on Sundays at 9:00 and 10:30am. When you get to the cross streets Towne and Baseline, head all the way north on Towne Ave (towards the hills). You’ll pass a few homes on your right and left. It may feel like you’ve gone too far, but Towne Ave will dead-end right at our campus. From there, feel free to park in the lower level lot by the basketball court or up top by the sanctuary. If you park in the lower level lot, follow the stairs up towards the sanctuary.
What to Expect
When you arrive on our campus, you’ll be greeted by a few friendly faces. Our gatherings begin with singing some songs together. We’ll share a few updates about the weekly happenings in our church and community. One of our leaders will give a relevant, biblically-based message to encourage us as we navigate our lives. We’ll close our gathering by singing a couple more songs. The whole gathering lasts about 75 minutes. Oh and don’t stress about what to wear. Most people dress pretty casually; so wear whatever you are most comfortable in.
At Baseline, we care about kids. Our goal is to provide a fun and safe environment for kids to learn more about Jesus. Programs for children are offered during both gatherings at 9:00 and 10:30am. We provide a fully-staffed team of qualified workers who are excited to serve your kids. We ask that you check your kids in at the KidZone check in table on the patio prior to our gathering. Then they will join the adults for worship for about 15 minutes. Children will be dismissed during announcements to follow their teachers back to their classrooms.
After the Service
Please don’t feel like you need to run out right away. Feel free to hang out on the patio and meet new people if you are ready for that. Help yourself to coffee and bagels. And if you have kids, don’t forget to pick them up from their classrooms.