"We proclaim Him, admonishing every man and teaching every man with all wisdom, so that we may present every man complete in Christ."   Colossians 1:28

Fountain of Life is an intentional community of Christ-followers. That means we’re strongly committed to growing in faith, wisdom, and maturity. We believe the best way to do that is through teaching, mentorship, and relationships that challenge our worldview and encourage us to work through our own struggles so we can be a light to our family, friends, community, and the world around us. We accomplish this through our Growth Track and Life Groups.

growth track

At Fountain of Life, we believe that discipleship means a daily, intentional effort to walk with Jesus. It’s not complicated, but it can be difficult with the competing priorities our world lays at our feet.

We’ve found the best way to travel down that discipleship path is in relationships with other people: people who will challenge you, teach you, and encourage you, and who will give you a helping hand or a hug when you need it. Life is difficult, and sometimes gets messy, so it’s important to have people you love and trust as part of your spiritual journey. That’s exactly the kind of community we’re trying to build at Fountain of Life.  So where do you start? More+

life groups

Life groups are a great source of friendship and support through life's joys and struggles. You’ll meet new people, develop strong, authentic relationships, and build lasting connections to people who will join you on this journey called life.

Each of our Life Groups has three goals:

  • Connect you with others to develop meaningful relationships
  • Strengthen your walk with the Lord
  • Participate in serve opportunities  

How do I get connected to a Group? More+

Living in freedom everyday

L.I.F.E. - Living in Freedom Everyday.  This is a class for those who are willing to take the challenge to walk into the freedom that God has intended for every person.  This class offers you the opportunity to gain the tools needed to deal with the "baggage" of life that can often hold you back.  How far are you willing to go to walk in the freedom Jesus promised?  You get to decide.  More+