If you call Journey home, why not consider being a Voting Member?
We consider ourselves a family of believers connected by our identity in Christ, and our identity with one another.  Membership serves as the common thread that unifies us within our diversity as a community with the passion for developing fully committed disciples of Christ.  Membership becomes the doorway into the process whereby people are discipled and equipped to do ministry in and through the church, as a witness to the world.

“If you are fully engaged follower of Jesus, we would love to have you fully on Team Journey, building a church that will serve our community well into the future!”

Matthew MaxwellLead Pastor

“If you are relatively new to Journey, your first step is to attend Starting Point. At Starting Point, we will give you the background of our church, explain our purpose and values, and introduce you to our key ministries! Please take Starting Point before you apply for membership.”

Matthew PalmerPastor of Discipleship & Leadership
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What are the core beliefs of Journey Church?

Journey is part of the family of churches known as “The Wesleyan Church”.   You can read our beliefs here.

How do I transfer my membership from another Church?

Your membership transfer from another church may be as easy as a letter of transfer.    Please contact Matthew Maxwell for details.

How do I apply to be a Voting Member of Journey Church?

Becoming a Voting Member of Journey is a smooth and painless process:  1) Click the link below to give us a few personal details (like your date of baptism).  2) Send a quick email to our Lead Pastor, Matthew Maxwell. Then, you will be contacted for a personal interview, where you will share your faith story.

Apply for Membership
And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.  Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”  Matthew 28:18-20