Next Steps

Where is God leading you?


Every journey starts with a first step. The first step in the Christian journey is to establish a personal relationship with God. There is only one way for this to happen and that is by understanding and believing what Jesus Christ has done for you in making payment for your sins. To learn more click here

I'm Ready


Receiving Jesus as Savior is a very personal and private exchange. But once a person believes in Jesus God instructs that person to make a public demonstration of their faith in Jesus through baptism. Baptism pictures our identification with Jesus and is your moment to let the world know that you have become a Christian. To request more information about baptism send a request to the link below.

I'm Ready


Every Christian needs a church family. Membership signifies to the church that you are making a family like commitment and implies that there is a resolve to grow as a family through joy, sorrow, and conflict rather than flee at the first sign of trouble. Members receive personal care by one of our elders who commit to pray for you and oversee your growth as a Christian. To request more information about membership please contact one of the elders.

I'm in!


We were created in Christ Jesus to do good works. (Ephesians 2:10) There are many ways people serve within our church to promote its health and smooth operation. Here are just a few: usher, greeter, sound, video, computer, nursery, toddler, Kidz Church, missions committee, teachers, teacher helper, musician, kitchen committee, and many more. But there are many more informal ways that we serve each other in simple things like praying for one another, giving of our time, talent, and treasure, cooking a meal, writing a card, inviting someone for coffee. We encourage everyone to be active serving both formally and informally within the church. Serving Christians are healthy Christians. To sign up or request more information, please use the form below .

Sign Me Up!

Small Groups

God designed us for community. Whether you feel like a “people-person” or not, we all need each other. At Beacon we desire to develop good and Godly friendships with others and each person to grow in their relationship with God. These groups are a great way to do just that.

I'm Ready
Fields marked with an * are required