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Whether you've never set foot on a church campus before or you've been a follower of Christ all of your life, we want to welcome you. Discover your NEXT STEP at Innovation Church...

no matter what season of life you're in.


The only way to find forgiveness from God and to begin a relationship with Him is to trust in Jesus’ sacrifice for you and repent—turn from your sins. We urge you to take this step of faith today. To do that, simply talk to God—this is called praying—and tell Him you believe in His Son. 


We suggest a prayer like this:


“Jesus, I know that I've fallen short of your plan for my life, and I ask for your forgiveness.

I believe you died for my sins and rose from the dead. I trust and follow you as my Lord and Savior.

Guide my life and help me to do your will. In your name I pray, amen.”


If you just prayed that prayer and accepted Jesus as your savior, we want to know about it.






You can also check out some of these links for more information:


 CLICK HERE  > to check out an interactive journey to discover peace with God.


 CLICK HERE  > for a study regarding the Christ-controlled life



Baptism is an important step for every believer. If you are a follower of Christ, but have never been baptized, then Baptism is a great next step in your faith.


You’re invited to join us on any 5th Sunday of the month as we celebrate life-change with water baptism. On these Sundays, we will have a moment while the band leads us in praise and the congregation bears witness to your decision to follow Jesus!


If you’re ready to take the NEXT STEP of baptism, you can sign up on Sunday's Connect Card.

"Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much."

- Helen Keller


Throughout the year Innovation sets up small groups for you to join in and make better friends as you seek God together, pray, and fellowship while discussing varying topics. There are Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall groups available each year.


"For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many."
- Mark 10:45

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