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Venture Church Growth Track guides you to discover your God given purpose and live the life He created for you. It is designed in four beneficial steps for equipping in areas of: Connecting with God and the church, how to connect with community and learning to contribute in areas of serving, the giving of our time and tithes all while using your gifts and talents to make a difference in the lives of others.
Life Groups at Venture Church are an important way for us to learn, ask questions and involve ourselves in the church and in the lives of others. This creates an atmosphere to share and opportunities for deeper friendships as well as creating accountability in our walk. These groups are an absolute necessity for involving as many people as possible in the life and ministry of our church.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!
Church members are involved in a variety of ministries from things as simple as greeting with smiles and a handshake before and after service, to helping prepare mass mail-outs, to giving regularly to our select missionaries all around the world. Please check our Events page often to see when and how you can serve. Also check out the Ministries page so that you can learn about each of our ministries and the need for volunteers within each group. We will have regular Outreach opportunities within our communities and surrounding areas scheduled throughout the year which allows for even more opportunities for you and your families to serve together!
To signup for serving on one of our VOLUNTEER TEAMS, click the button below or use the Church Center App on your cell phone, located in your app store or on Google Play.
The first word for Christians was not “Christians” but “disciples.” To be a disciple is to be called to make new disciples. Throughout the New Testament, the term “disciple” is a dynamic concept; it implies multiplication. All nations have been invited to this mission. “He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world” (1 John 2:2).