If you want to get connected with
Main Street Church, you’re in the right place.
We aim to foster meaningful relationships and spiritual growth through a variety of groups and classes that touch different areas of life.
We host several classes throughout the year with the goal of equipping people in a wide range of topics so they will thrive in their various situations in life. Past topics have included apologetics, evangelism, church history, and in-depth studies of biblical books. We strive to make our classes intellectually rigorous while remaining supremely practical to everyday life. Due to COVID-19, however, classes have been suspended until further notice.
Find a Group
We believe small groups are the catalyst for living out and growing in your faith. Most groups either meet in someone’s home or in a public place like a restaurant or park with some meeting weekly and others on a monthly or bi-weekly basis. These groups are informal get togethers with the simple goal of building relationships and getting to know other people in the church.Find A Group
Something for Your Kids
Jesus loves kids, and so do we. Our entire second floor is dedicated to them. We want to see our kids flourish as God intended. Because of this, we have special classes planned just for your children by dedicated teachers.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have a lot of babies in our church, which sometimes means… lots of crying! For your convenience, we have a private, comfortable room next to the auditorium where moms can comfort, change, and care for their little ones while still hearing and seeing the service on a TV.
You and your little ones are welcome here!
Our student ministry is made up of students grades 6-12. We believe God has a high calling for youth, and we aim to see our students become the men and women God is calling them to be. Our youth group is a “small group” style ministry that meets every other Wednesday evening from 6:00pm-7:30pm. Dinner is served every night and students have the opportunity to build relationships with each other and other men and women in the church. After a shared time together the boys and girls separate into gender-specific groups. The focus of the time is relationships built around the gospel.