ONE CHURCH. MULTIPLE LOCATIONS. AND ONLINE.
Online church is here to stay! Whether you prefer attending online or you’re away for the weekend, you don’t have to miss out on church.
WEEKEND ONLINE SERVICES
WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND CHURCH, LIVE ONLINE
In real-time we offer all the same things you would experience in-person at 2|42 Community Church.
PICK A TIME AND EXPERIENCE
- Powerful worship + dynamic teaching
- All the elements of a regular weekend experience
- Chat with others watching the same live broadcast
- Privately chat with a pastor
- Decide to take a next step with God
WE BROADCAST LIVE EVERY WEEK
- Thursday | 7pm
- Sunday | 9am + 11am
The early church grew underground because of the uneasy climate around them. Many people thought it would end the movement but instead the church flourished and grew.
The early church gathered together to break bread, study the Scriptures together, and met the needs of the community. Groups are the very heartbeat of the church and what if, in times like this, the groups of the church impact the community and continue to help people take next steps with God?
If you’re already in a small group, we want to encourage you to gather online, as we follow all the practices advised by the CDC.
For groups meeting online, members will still gather weekly, either on Zoom, Facebook Messenger, or Google Hangouts. The Small Group Leader will lead the group in biblical discussion. Can I really get to know people through a screen? Yes! There is a little bit of a learning curve, but these relationships will be real.
If you are not in a small group at 2|42 Community Church, you can jump in right now.
If you call 2|42 your home, we encourage you to give generously and know that your money is being used to support the mission of Jesus both HERE and in the WORLD.
We call ourselves 2|42 Community Church because of this verse in Acts chapter 2 verse 42:
“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”
This is how the church thrived two thousand years ago, and we believe God has given us the technology to continue this mission in a digital space. The church may stop literally breaking bread together right now, but we are not going to stop devoting ourselves to teaching, fellowship, and prayer.