The gospel of Jesus is bigger than Sunday morning, so worship for the people of Four Corners Community Church is likewise more than just a Sunday morning activity.  We love our weekly gatherings and view them as an important springboard into living a life on mission the other days of the week. If you are looking for a faith family to follow Jesus alongside, consider worshipping with us on a Sunday morning, and learning about the different ways you can get connected to our community.

What to expect

Here at Four Corners, guests can expect to find a warm and welcoming community. We know that visiting any new place can be an intimidating experience, so we go out of our way to ensure that you feel right at home. Our Connections Cafe is always stocked with hot coffee and tea for your enjoyment, and we have a Welcome Booth staffed with volunteers who are eager to show you around and answer your questions.

During service, you can send your child to one of the children's classrooms surrounding our auditorium while you worship (or keep them with you if you wish!).  


At Four Corners, Sunday worship gatherings are a place for us to remember who God is and what He's done for us, so we can properly respond to Him for everything we've received. We encourage each other (no matter how our week went) to      resituate our lives within the larger story of God. Everything we do together on a Sunday morning is centered around the gospel of Jesus, and points to the incredible story of God's love for us revealed through His Word and His Spirit. We believe that gathering each Sunday to praise God for who He is and what He has done (and is doing, and will do in the future) will affect how we live during the week in amazing, God-glorifying ways. So we keep the larger narrative of God's Story in mind each Sunday, knowing that we never outgrow our need to understand, and be changed by, the good news      of Jesus.

Get connected

Whether you are newly part of God's family, have been following Jesus for many years, or are somewhere in between, it is important to connect with others through worship and fellowship at the weekly gathering. But even though Sunday gatherings are vital to our growth as believers, we passionately believe that living in community with a smaller collection of brothers and sisters the rest of the week is an equally necessary aspect of growing closer to Jesus and sharing His good news with a world that needs it. We're excited about becoming "disciples who make disciples" together.


Find out more about how we celebrate new life in Jesus, and follow Jesus alongside each other during the week.