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We are a Christ-centered church, glorifying God in all we do, committed to introducing people to the love of God and building up believers toward personal maturity by communicating the truths of Jesus Christ through active participation. We are committed to reaching out into our community and to partnering with others in reaching the nations with the redemptive life of Christ. To put it more simply, we’re all about LOVING GOD, LOVING PEOPLE — and doing that TOGETHER. 

A primary focus of our church is to build up marriages and families, inspiring and encouraging them to strive for healthy relationships with each other and Jesus. We have a dedicated team of well-trained staff and volunteers committed to providing resources for families in all stages of life. 

Our core values are: 

1. Relationships with Jesus and with others

2. Integration and application of God’s Word into our lives

3. Service before self

4. Commitments that are honored.


We belong to the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, which is a worldwide Christian Pentecostal denomination. Founded in Los Angeles in 1923 by Aimee Semple McPherson, it now welcomes more than 8 million members in 140 countries.

The Foursquare Church believes that Jesus Christ is the Savior, Baptizer with the Holy Spirit, Healer, and Soon-Coming King. We stand firm on the foundation set by Hebrews 13:8, which proclaims: “Jesus Christ the Same, Yesterday and Today and Forever.”

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Abundant Life Foursquare Church strives to see a church service filled with Worship, The Word, and Ministry. We believe that through flexible structure we can achieve all three of these while listening to the Holy Spirit. 


One of the ways we express our reverence and adoration for God is through music. (Read More...)


One of the ways we express our reverence and adoration for God is through music. Every Sunday, we sing songs that help put a voice to our feelings about Jesus—who He is and what He has done for us. The songs are often intermixed with prayer and quiet times. We are a charismatic church, expressing our heart through modes like standing, kneeling, the spoken word, clapping, and raised hands. From time to time, you might hear someone speaking in a personal prayer language.


We receive deep, biblically-based teaching every Sunday.(Read More...)


We receive deep, biblically-based teaching every Sunday. The preaching team, led by Pastor Steve Wexler, uses statistics, personal stories, and illustrations to help us apply concepts to our lives. Teachings are always relevant and designed to help us take steps that lead to increasing health and maturity in all areas of life, especially intimacy with God. We are not known to shy away from potentially controversial or impactful topics.


Most Sundays, the preaching pastor will offer an opportunity to respond to the message before closing in prayer.(Read More...)


Most Sundays, the preaching pastor will offer an opportunity to respond to the message before closing in prayer. The pastor will give instructions specific to that moment, but the response may include raising your hand, standing, or moving to the front of the room for prayer. The rest of the congregation is often asked to close their eyes to protect the privacy of those responding. From time to time, the congregation may be asked to pray for those who respond; this usually includes placing a hand on the individual’s shoulder. If you want to respond to the invitation for ministry but find the semi-public nature of the instructions too much for you, look for a member of the pastoral team after service, and we’d love to talk and pray with you privately.


We value the freedom and flexibility to respond to what God would have us do here and now.(Read More...)


We value the freedom and flexibility to respond to what God would have us do here and now. This doesn’t always fit with the human plan for a service time. We always strive to adapt our plan to fit God’s plan. Since God is a God of order and not of chaos, our services will reflect that, even when we’re “off script.”

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We don’t have a dress code; it’s most important that you’re comfortable. You’ll see men and women in anything from jeans and T-shirts to “Sunday best.” If you’re still concerned, it’s a safe bet to go with business casual.

Many people walk in the door right as the service is starting. On your first day, you may want to give yourself a few extra minutes to get oriented. If you have kids, we suggest coming about ten minutes early to get them checked in and comfortable in their classrooms and have any necessary conversations with their teachers.

Services are 75 to 90 minutes long. You are welcome to come early and/or linger afterward in our café where you can always find free drip coffee and a full espresso menu, hot food, and snacks available for purchase, not to mention a comfortable area to get to know your new friends.

We’re friendly and ready to greet you and help you find your way around. We’ve got a team of people trained to answer questions and help you get comfortable on your first day. You may be asked to fill out a welcome card—we’d love to follow up with you during the week.

We offer full kids’ programs for six weeks through high school at both Sunday services and on Wednesday nights. Please allow a few extra minutes before the beginning of service to check your children into their classes. If you have a newborn or simply prefer to sit as a family, that’s fine, too. Kids of all ages are welcome at all of our services. (You may want to note that our topics are varied and relevant. They may deal with issues and use vocabulary not suitable for all ages.) Sitting in the back rows may be a good idea for parents with small children just in case you need to step out. We also keep a supply of “wiggle bags” on hand with coloring pages and activities for those who have a little too much energy to sit for the whole service. Please feel free to bring quiet toys or activities from home, too.

We believe communion is a symbolic act of remembrance of Jesus’s sacrifice and confirmation of a believer’s faith in Him. Usually communion is offered on the first Sunday of the month and passed through the rows as the congregation remains seated. The preaching pastor will give instructions; but most of the time, the entire congregation partakes at the same time, rather than one by one. Please feel free to ask a pastoral staff member for more information on our beliefs about communion or any subject.

The offering plate will be passed at each service. We teach the importance of giving back to the Lord; it’s all His to start with, after all. If you’re a visitor with us, please feel free to let the plate go by you. If, however, you consider Abundant Life to be your home church, please prayerfully consider giving of your time, talent, and treasure as God calls you.

COVID EDIT: We are not passing communion or offering plates through the rows at this time. There are “touchless” options available near the door of the sanctuary. 

Abundant Life is the place to be on Wednesday nights at 6:30. There’s something for everyone. Babies through high schoolers have classes and clubs. MOPS and MOMSnext, our new believers class, and various other Bible studies and groups meet.

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Sundays: 8:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

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