Where & when does gateway meet?

There are two worship service options on Sundays on the Church at the Gateway campus, one at 9am and one at 11:15am. Both take place in the main auditorium. You’ll see the auditorium entrance as soon as you enter the building, and a friendly volunteer will help you find a seat and answer any questions you may have. Try them both to see which service fits you best. (We serve coffee and bagels in between services.)

why do churches have

a time of music and singing?

From the beginning, music has been a way for people to connect with their Creator. At Gateway, we enter into God’s presence with OPEN hearts and minds as we seek to experience Him in a meaningful and authentic way. We welcome you to listen and enjoy, or sing along as you feel comfortable.

how do i know my child is safe?

We understand that leaving your child with strangers can be unsettling. However, our Tiny Town and KidzWorld Teams are staffed with caring volunteers who have been background screened and reference checked. Parents are welcome to observe our programs and receive a tour of our beautiful children's facilities accompanied by a trained staff member.

what makes

church at the gateway unique?

We believe that God has called us to be the church within the world. We cannot stay within a building and consider ourselves to be a full picture of the church. Our ministry, our church is designed to be a unique institution that exists within our community for our community. Jesus painted a picture of the Kingdom of God that reached the alone, the outcast and the needy; we recognize that it is our responsibility to care for the world. Because we love God, we love the people around us.

what are gateway's

denominational connections?

Church at the Gateway is an interdenominational Bible church where we believe that the Bible is the only inspired, infallible, authoritative Word of God. We believe in the spiritual unity of all believers. Regardless of denominational background, we welcome all who desire to know and serve Christ to be part of our growing church family. Our expression of this belief is our membership in the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE). NAE represents more than 15 million evangelical, Bible-believing, born-again Christians in over 50,000 local churches, 70 denominations, and more than 100 church ministry organizations throughout America.