Next Steps

We would love for you to become more involved at View Church. Here are some avenues that you may consider…
Become involved in a Sunday School class. Classes meet each Sunday morning at 10:00 and one meets Sunday evenings at 5:30.
Attend a First View class (offered periodically) so that you can become familiar with View Church.
Help at one of our local outreach opportunities, such as Hotel Feeding,
Become involved in a Connection Group.
Begin singing in the choir.
For these, and other ways, in which you can take the next step at View Church, check the right side of the box on the weekly church bulletin or stop by the Connection Point Room just off the foyer.
There’s a Place for Every Member of Your Family at View Church
At View Church, we have services specially designed for children and students of all ages.  While adults attend the main service, our family ministries team works together to ensure children are loved, cared for and taught about Jesus.
When you Attend…
Dress Comfortably
We are a casual church where jeans are acceptable.  You’ll also see some ties and suits.  But come how you feel most comfortable.
Follow the Signs
Our signage will direct you to our Guest Parking and our Front Line Team will be glad to show you the way to the Worship Center and class rooms.
Check Out Family Ministries
If you are coming with children, we offer age-appropriate teaching for children of all ages.

How Do I Meet People?

View Church is not a place for spectators. It is a place for team members. Whether you are a five-year old child, a ninety-five year old grandmother, a busy mom, or a businessman with big responsibilities, we want you to be a part of this vibrant church community. Here is how you can learn, serve, and grow at this church.

Tips for Making New

Friends at View Church

Attend the same service each week.
In order to meet regular attendees, try  consistency.
Pick a service – 8:30 or 11. Go at the same time and sit in the same area each week You’ll begin to see people you recognize and can say hello or make small talk. Allow your regular attendance to be the first step in connecting with others.

Some ideas for getting to know people in this type of setting include:

  • Saying “good morning” at the beginning of service and “have a good day” at the end before you leave.
  • Introducing yourself to someone you see every week.     (“Hi, it’s good to see you again today. I’m Jane.”)
  • Asking a question. (“I was just curious, have you ever attended the Sunday evening Bible Study here?”)
  • Asking them out for coffee after the service. (“I’m fairly new here and would like to get to know some people. Would you be interested in meeting up for coffee sometime after church?”)

Get Involved in Activities

A great way to meet other people is to sign up for activities. We offer Connection Groups (small groups) broken out by age or some other distinction.


Check out the bulletin or website to see what’s going on, and if you don’t see something, be sure to ask. Sometimes activities get scheduled at the last minute and, as a result, they aren’t listed somewhere, so asking around can help get you connected.

Church activities can include:

  • Bible studies.
  • Groups for women and men.
  • Youth group.
  • Celebrate Recovery.
  • Sunday School – We offer classes at 10 am each Sunday morning and a large group Bible Study at 5:30 each Sunday evening.
  • Seminars for sharing your faith.

Drop by the Connection Point Room after any Sunday morning service and ask about a Welcome Packet for New Attendees 

The Connection Point Room is on the left side of the foyer of the Worship Center (as you exit).


There is perhaps no better way to get involved at View Church than by volunteering. We regularly look for new people to help with services and events. You might be asked to hand out bulletins at a service, answer questions for other newcomers, direct people to the proper area, or even lead a small group.

Pray about how you can best put your individual skills and talents to use in the church. When you give this prayerful consideration, you’ll naturally see something that will come your way. Volunteering helps take the pressure off of getting to know people, because you’ll be able to more naturally talk about things going on in the church or just in your life. The focus will be on helping others in some way, which puts you and a potential friend in a more positive place.