Welcome to Uplift Church! We encourage you to explore our site and take a look at everything we have to offer you and your family. We are confident that you will find uplift to be a place where you will experience God and be uplifted. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
What to Expect
We understand that visiting a church can be intimidating. At Uplift Church we make it our priority to make you feel welcome and comfortable. We believe as we do that it will allow you to experience God in a real and authentic way. From fun and interactive Uplift Kids to uplifting music and preaching, our weekend services are a place where you can encounter the life-changing presence of God and become a part of a faith-filled community. As you encounter God, maybe for the first time, you will then be able to experience the full, abundant and UPLIFTING life He has for you.
Visiting the Church
As you approach the parking lot you will be greeted by one of our friendly parking team members. This team helps to ensure a timely and efficient traffic flow before and after service.
Next, you will meet one of our greeter team members. This team is here to welcome you, answer any questions you may have, and offer directions to our Uplift Kids check-in, our Uplift Cafe and our Worship Center.
Once you enter our Worship Center one of our usher team members will help you find your seat(s). Let them know how many people are in your party, and they will guide you to the best seat(s) available.
Our worship services typically last about an hour and ten minutes.
Dress comfortably. One of the things you’ll notice about Uplift Church is that we are a very diverse church. You’ll feel right at home wearing anything from jeans to business attire.
Upon your visit, we’d love the opportunity to meet you. We invite you to fill out a “Connect Card” during service so that we can learn more about you and connect with you. After service, we invite you to join us for Growth Track this is the place to find out the best next steps to getting connected at Uplift Church.