As humans, it is natural to find ourselves wanting to know others and wanting to be known. Our Christian church has created a space for just that: Belong. Sunday mornings during each service, we’ve created an environment to introduce ourselves and to get to know you. As we get to know you and you get to know us, our intention is that you would become a part of our church family. After worship, our Belong experience is held in a separate room and we cover four steps that assist us in learning how to grow spiritually, connect relationally, and discover our God-given gifts and abilities so that we can better encourage you to be all that God has called you to be.

First Week of the Month: Grow Spiritually

Learn about Jesus and what it means to grow in your relationship with Him. What about the Christian church? How is the church connected to God’s plan for humanity, and how can you be a part of God’s plan? Step one takes place on the first Sunday of every month.

Second Week of the Month: Connect Relationally

God has invited humanity to make His house your home. He never intended for us to live life alone. He designed us to be connected with Him and His family, a spiritual community called the church. Learn about God’s plan, connect with leaders, build relationships in class with others, and find practical ways you can connect relationally at Mannahouse.

Third Week of the Month: Discover Your Purpose

Psalm 139 tells us that we’ve been fearfully and wonderfully made. God designed. God planned. All for God’s glory and purpose. In week three of the Belong journey, you’ll discover some of the ways that God has uniquely created you, not only for yourself, but for Him and others.

Fourth Week of the Month: Make a Difference

During week four, you will have the opportunity to pull together everything you’ve discovered over the previous three weeks and make a plan to put it into practice. Jesus taught and modeled for us our greatest call: to love and serve others. Week four is all about how you can make a difference in the lives of those around you.