Plan your visit to uncommon church

We meet every Saturday at 5:30 PM. 

Uncommon is a collection of imperfect people from all walks of life. We love you and accept you no matter what you’ve done in your past or what you’re struggling with today. We believe that God’s grace is enough for you, me, and for everyone!

Our desire is for you to have an authentic experience with Jesus and to be unconditionally loved and supported by your church community. God has a plan and a purpose for your life and we’d love to be a part of it.


How do I get to the church?

Click here for directions to the church.

Where do I go when I get there?

Our parking team will direct you to the closest available spot. Just follow the smiling faces in the bright yellow vests.

As you walk into the building, our greeting team will meet you and show you where to find the worship center, restrooms, and children’s ministry. If you need anything throughout the day—mints, a Bible, or a pen—feel free to stop by the Info Spot. Or, just ask anyone with an Uncommon lanyard or name tag. We’d love to serve you.

What do you do for kids?

We make sure that children 5th grade and younger experience Jesus on their level. Our children’s ministry is a safe, age-appropriate environment where kids have their own service with singing, a Bible lesson, games, and crafts.

We are so passionate about children having fun while they learn about Jesus that we ask that we ask that you do not bring them into the service designed for adults and students 6th grade and older.

How long is the service?

Services last about one hour and 10 minutes. We start by singing three to four songs. Then the speaker preaches and we usually end with a song.

What should I wear?

Please don’t feel like you have to dress up. Most people wear casual attire, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.

Can I attend if I’m _____________?

You can fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being welcomed or loved, but it doesn’t matter if you’re divorced, gay, single parent, homeless, in recovery, transgender, atheist, skeptic, etc., everyone is welcome at Uncommon. So come as you are, and we’ll see you Saturday!