Flocks are the primary way we love, encourage, and care for one another. (Rom 12:10 | Gal 5:13, 6:2 | 1Th 5:11 | Heb 10:23-24)  Flocks are groups of 40-80 adults from out of our church body with a primary goal of loving, encouraging, and caring for one another. We meet on Sunday mornings from 8:45-10:00 AM for fellowship, teaching, and mutual care, as well as at other times. All of our Flocks consist of a mix of folks from various ages and stages of life (with the exception of the College and Career Flock - which consists of mostly young singles on the front end of adult life).

Flocks have two objectives:

  • To cultivate friendship and mutual care for one another, building close relationships so that we can better minister to one another’s physical and spiritual needs.
  • To equip the saints for the work of ministry to build up the body of Christ. (Eph 4:11-16)  Our flocks provide applicable biblical instruction in a smaller, interactive format with the goal of making us “doers of the word, and not hearers only.” (Jas 1:22)
Make a commitment to join a Flock as a means of personally loving and caring for one another as Christ commanded.

We encourage visitors /new members to visit each of the Flocks to see which one is right for you.

The Forge  20s-30s Ted Johnson, Rob Holler, and Jay Foreman
Crosslink   Chuck Finster
Gospel Life   Steve Weir and Jeff Ferguson
Sojourners   Terry Devitt and Andrew Ramos

If you would like more information about our Flocks, please email