Next Steps

Next Steps at Vista

Try a Small Group

Small Groups are small groups of people learning to follow Jesus together.
We do that by meeting together in a hospitable space where strangers can become friends and where we can pay attention to God together.

Become a Volunteer

No need to wait until you have "your stuff together". Serving on a team is the simplest way to find purpose and community in a growing church! Find a team that works for you! 

 Give Online

The Bible says in Matthew 6:24 that the top competitor for our commitment to Jesus is money. Giving allows us to demonstrate that He is more important to us than material things. 

We offer three services each Sunday and our hope is that you will feel loved, welcomed, and wanted. We also hope that you can leave knowing that God loves you, cares for you, and has a plan for your life!
— Vista Staff & Leadership


At the Vista, we want to partner with you as parents.
From six weeks to fifth grade, there is opportunity for faith to grow, and love to be shown through our volunteer teachers as they guide the kids through our Gospel-centered curriculum. 



Middle School Refuge is a place where students feel loved and accepted, where they will have fun and meet new friends. We sing songs, play games, hear a short message, and lift up the name of Jesus together. Join us at 10am in the Student Room!

High school students are encouraged to attend service with their family and friends. 


We’ll discuss our Mission, Purpose, Values & Beliefs , Our Ministries, Serving Opportunities, and more!  You will also have an opportunity at the end of the class to officially join the Vista Family through Membership if you would like to.

Baptism doesn’t make you a Christian.  Faith in Jesus is what makes you a Christian.  However, Baptism is a sacrament of the church that is very important for several reasons.

  • First of all, it is an act of obedience.  Being a follower of Christ means living life in obedience to Him.  Jesus himself said that disciples (or followers of Christ) should be baptized (Matthew 28:19-20).
  • Secondly, Baptism is a public declaration of faith in Christ that illustrates the death, burial, and resurrection of our Savior (Romans 6:4).  It is an outward sign of an inward commitment to Jesus.  

Starting Point

Starting Point is a 10-week conversational environment where you can explore faith and experience community. If you're asking questions about Christianity; new to a relationship with God; or coming back to church after some time away, then Starting Point is the place for you. In a Starting Point group, you can discuss your doubts and explore the trickiest topics of faith, free from pressure and judgment. Email us at for more information!