growth track

So where do you start? The great news is you don’t need to “have it all figured out”. In fact, most people don’t! But you do need to be willing to take those daily intentional steps, and to engage in those relationships with honesty because you believe growth in Christ is the most important thing in your life. We have three very practical ways to get started down this path at Fountain of Life: Coffee with the Pastor and Discovery Class.


No matter where you’re starting from in your faith walk, we want to help you enter into a strong, loving relationship with Jesus. It’s our commitment to you to help you down the road to intentional discipleship and authentic relationships. It’s our passion and our vision, and we’d love to have you join us.

1. coffee with the pastor

Come hear Pastor John share the vision for the church and where we’re headed. It’s a great way to learn more about the church and ask questions in an informal setting. 


Coffee with the Pastor is the 1st Sunday of every month right after the main service. You bring the questions; we’ll bring the coffee!

2. Discovery class

One of the most common questions for Christians is “How do I make a difference?” You want to have a meaningful impact in the lives of others, but you don’t know where to start! We believe God has designed each of us with the personality and gift-sets to carry out God’s plan for our lives, and we know that when you align your life with God’s design, it’s an incredible feeling. Our Discovery Class will help you understand how your personality, gifts, and skills play out at home, at work, and in your relationships, and will help you step confidently into God’s plan for your life. 


Discovery is offered on the 2nd Sunday of each month after the main service.

servant leadership

It's understood that every non-profit organization needs volunteers.  Our ministry volunteers not only serve others but are working to develop the gifts and passions God has placed in us through a variety of servant leadership opportunities.  We like to call it on-the-job training where we learn to relationally disciple others so that we can be more effective both inside the church and in our day-to-day life.   More+