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I'm New

New to Greentree Church? Here's how you can get connected.

Step 1: Fill Out a Welcome Card

We are so glad you are here! Filling out a Welcome Card will help us get to know you better and give us a chance to connect with you.

Step 2: Discover Greentree

We understand that visiting a church and becoming involved can be intimidating. “Discover Greentree” is a casual gathering for newcomers to get to know more about our church family. It's a place to meet the pastors and some members, and discover what it means to be a part of the church in meaningful ways. It's an opportunity to get information about the next steps to become more involved in the life of the church and discipleship. 

Discover Greentree happens the 1st Sunday of each month after the service. Bagels and coffee are served.

Step 3: Visit a Small Group

The Christian life is meant to be lived in community. Small groups provide a place to live out our faith with other believers while caring for one another.  Community Fellowship Groups are a great place for everyone. Many meet on Sundays, share a light meal and discuss applying that morning’s sermon to daily life. Men’s & Women’s Growth Groups offer friendship and growth in godliness along with encouragement and accountability. They spend time discussing assigned readings that help develop a biblical worldview.


Step 4: Explore Church Membership

God’s purpose for the local church is to encourage, teach, and protect Christians in community this side of eternity. Our membership class discusses who we are and what we believe as we seek to live out together this God given purpose here at Greentree. Membership class is held 2-3 times per year.

Step 5: Start Serving

We want you to find a place to serve at Greentree.  From working with children to behind the scenes work, or greeting new families, there is a place for you to get involved.  Serving provides a way to connect with others and help meet the needs of the church.