First impressions are important. When you walk through the doors of Access Church, you’ll be greeted with a clean and comfortable facility. Every detail has been discussed and addressed to make sure nothing distracts from the actual reason for attending. Let’s be honest, it is often no small feat to get out the door, fight traffic, and enter the building with a smile. Chaos reins in everyday life. We make sure you’re not greeted with chaos here at Access. This doesn’t happen automatically, though. There are individuals who commit time to making sure every detail is cared for. We are honored to introduce you to the newest team member in this area of ministry, our facilities director, Troy Youse.
Troy and his wife, Stacey, started attending Access several years ago after the birth of their first child. They were immediately drawn to the children’s environment and programming. They felt it would be a great place for their family to grow and learn more about God.… Read the restPosted July 22, 2015
Balance: We all strive to find a healthy equilibrium between work and play. But the search for balance can encompass other areas of our lives too. Church is one area where we yearn for balance. We want a place that will be comfortable and relevant to the culture we reside in. But we also want biblical truth and accountability. If that search resonates with you, check out what Kyle and Kristin have to say about their experience at Access Church.
“Rich and the staff at Access do a wonderful job of making church inviting,” Kyle said. “There is the right balance of informality and yet seriousness about growing in our relationship with Jesus Christ that has kept us coming back.
For Kristin, the care of their children is a priority. In order to relax and enjoy the message, she needs to know her children are safe and happy. “There has always been someone ready to receive our children with warmth and enthusiasm,” she said.… Read the restPosted July 8, 2015
Did you know we believe there are five primary catalysts God uses to grow our faith? It’s our responsibility as a church to create environments where God can grow our faith in these five ways.
- Pivotal Circumstances—Unexpected events that come our way that may be divine opportunities
- Personal Ministry—The relationship between our faith and our service of others
- Practical Teaching—Learning biblical principles and applying them in our lives
- Providential Relationships—People who play significant roles along the way in our faith story
- Private Disciplines—God uses systematic prayer, Bible study, and generosity to grow our confidence in Him.