We'd love to see you at the next Discover Lunch!
We want YOU to be part of the next Discover Lunch. The Discover Lunch is a chance for you to explore Jesus, build relationships, and discover more about Journey in a safe, informal environment.
Middleville Location: Sunday, November 7 following the service
Caledonia Location: Sunday, November 7 following the 11am service
We'd love to know you're coming! Please RSVP using the appropriate link below.
Jesus said that He came that we “might have life to the full” (John 10:10). We want you to experience that life. The content below will lead you in a process of discovering Jesus, who he has created you to be, and how you can experience the life He’s invited you into.
Part 1: Discover Jesus
Where are you in your relationship with Jesus?
Following Jesus isn't about joining a religion, it's about living in a relationship with Him.BEGIN TO FOLLOW JESUS TODAY
Watch Wanda's Story
Watch Wanda's story of how following Jesus has changed her life.WATCH THE STORY
Part 2: Discover Journey
Learn more about Journey Church
Learn more about Journey's mission and focus, our locations, and our current vision.LEARN MORE
Learn more about Journey Students
Learn more and connect with Journey Students (6-12th grade).LEARN MORE
Learn more about Journey Kids
Learn more and connect with Journey Kids (birth-5th grade).LEARN MORE
Part 3: Discover Your Next Step
What's your next step?
Reach out to our staff and leadership. We'd love to help you take a next step wherever you are in life and with Jesus.REACH OUT
Grow in your calling.
God has a unique purpose for your life. Grow in that calling today!LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR CALLING
Find a serving opportunity!
We connect and grow when we serve with others. Find an opportunity today!VIEW THE OPPORTUNITIES
Take the SHAPE assessment!
This test helps you discover how God wants to use your personality, abilities, and experiences to make a difference in the world and in the Church.TAKE THE FREE TEST
"The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full."