There are a few different ways that you can get connected to Anthem Church. We are not defined by what we do on a Sunday morning, what we do in Community Groups, or when we serve. We find our identity in being followers of Christ.
ATTEND A SERVICE
Going to church on Sunday mornings is not, and has never been, what being a Christ-follower is supposed to be all about. We are called to show the love of Christ to the world, and help people find their way back to God.
But we are also called to encourage one another. To teach. To learn. To worship. To serve. Because of this, gathering weekly in larger groups just makes sense. We gather weekly at each of our campuses to equip and encourage our community, and also serve as a possible place for people to hear about Jesus, or to simply join us on the mission God has called us to.
In the same way that Jesus came to serve, we also have been called to serve those in our church body, and also the world around us.
SERVE THE COMMUNITY
At Anthem, we desire our community groups to be the primary vehicle for how we generate support for, and serve, our local community. Get into a community group to find out more about this. You can either email Kevin Bailey, Community Life Pastor (email@example.com), or you can visit our post on Community Groups.
SERVE THE CHURCH BODY
Each of our campuses has unique opportunities for you to serve. You can see all of the “where and when” information down at towards the bottom of this website, or for more specific information about either campus, you can email us at…
Community Groups are the heartbeat of Anthem Church. They are a place where we wrestle together in our faith and grow in relationship with God and each other. Groups are always open to new attenders, and we would love to get you plugged into a Community Group. We would love for you to get plugged into a group, grow in your relationships with people and God, and find out more about how to serve the world around us. You can either email Kevin Bailey, Community Life Pastor (firstname.lastname@example.org), or you can visit our post on Community Groups.