top of page

Yep. We’re a mess... We are broken people taking our next steps together. We embrace messy ministry. Most of the people you meet when you visit Lifesong will be nice and friendly. But you need to know, before you come, that we’re a bunch of broken messes.

There are people attending, and even leading Lifesong church, who have major hurts, habits, and hang-up’s. In fact, perfect people are not allowed. We’re a community of people who don’t have it all together, but are discovering what it means to find life in Jesus, to follow him fully, to break free from our past, and to walk in victory together. 

Read more about our CORE VALUES and BELIEFS.



If you’ve never been and you’re considering coming, here’s what you should expect…

  • Nice people. We LOVE it when someone comes for the first time. But, we don’t always recognize the first-time guests because many of the people who come are still fairly new, so feel free to say, “This is my first time” and we’ll guide you in!

  • A casual atmosphere. We care about YOU, not what you’re wearing, so feel to come in jeans or whatever is comfortable. Our dress code is simple: wear something. Grab a cup of free coffee from our Cafe and sit wherever you’d like! We will NOT single you out publicly or ask you to say anything, and we do NOT expect guests to contribute anything financially.

  • A fun, safe environment for kids. Kids love it at Lifesong church! If you bring your kids, you’ll check them in and out each Sunday in our Check-In room using a special labeling system and our security volunteers will monitor the halls during the service. Babies and toddlers are cared for by loving volunteers. There’s a preschool room and Kids’ Craze for grades one through five. All of our kids ministry volunteers must pass background checks and have a heart for kids and families.

  • Practical teaching that connects the words of the Bible to everyday life and music that is lively & loud, including drums and guitars. Don’t be surprised when some people raise their hands as a sign of praise while singing, and don’t feel obligated to do so yourself. We create an atmosphere of freedom in our gatherings.

If you have any specific questions, email us at, and we hope to meet you this Sunday!

bottom of page