As followers of Jesus, we are called to be more than a community that simply gathers on Sunday mornings. We are the body of Christ called to be the representatives of Jesus to the world, which means that our connection on Sunday morning is part of a rhythm that ebbs and flows throughout the week. Our hope is for everyone at Antioch to be meaningfully connected to the body and daily shaped by Jesus through intentional community, authentic spirituality, and missional living.
Antioch 101 is an introduction to Antioch church. Learn the Antioch story, meet the staff, know what we’re about as a community, and start getting connected to the church family right away.
-Antioch 101 meets the 1st Sunday of every month directly after the service in the foyer.
Part of being connected to a community is being uniquely valued. We value the gifts, skills, and experiences that we all possess and invite you contribute yours on Sunday mornings and throughout the week. Below is a list of teams that currently exist to help us facilitate our Sunday morning gatherings. If you don’t see a role that suits your gifting drop us a note and let us know how you can contribute!
To serve in one of these areas, click the link below to get us your information on the “Get Connected” page so that we can get you plugged in!
We gather as Communion Groups to commune with God, practice hospitality toward one another, and remember our vocation as disciples of Jesus. To do this, our communion groups embody four sacraments: the breaking of bread, the recitation of prayers, the partaking of the eucharist, and the apostles teaching. These practices, rooted in the teachings of Jesus, work to form us as disciples of Jesus.
Throughout the year we offer groups that run for a limited season, each with a specific focus. An array of interests are highlighted such as sermon series discussions, outdoor activities, book studies, meal sharing, and more. The hope of these groups is to connect you with people who share a similar passion.
To inquire about current small group opportunities please click the button below and be sure to select “Small Groups” on the “Get Connected” page.
One of the consistent experiences we witness in the life of Jesus is a practice of sharing communal meals. In fact, it was at the table, amidst a communal meal, through the sharing of BREAD & WINE that Jesus asked us to remember him. Once a quarter we intentionally open our homes and share our tables with the hope of extending hospitality, generosity, and relationship toward one another.
Interested in hosting a table or participating in the next BREAD & WINEevent?