What We Do
Most JRC Missional Communities are gatherings between 15 and 25 people; the early church met in homes to break bread, pray, and live in community with one another. These first church communities also had a mission: to spread the Good News of the Gospel.
At Jericho Road, we desire to imitate this practice of living in community throughout our months (many of our groups meet weekly), eating and playing and praying together, as we move out in mission.
In these smaller gatherings, we hold each other accountable to go and love, to proclaim the name of Jesus by word and deed. At Jericho Road we believe everyone is a missionary! Where do you live your life? That’s where God has called you to proclaim His name! Daily!
Our MC Weekends also provide an open calendar space for Missional Communities to move out together in mission.
Contact us for information about where and when our Missional Communities meet.
During the school year our Children's Ministry is up and running with nursery care for infants and toddlers, and classes for preschoolers and grade school students up to 5th grade. During the summer months, we welcome our children in our corporate worship. For more information, please contact us.
We partner with Life Church in a combined youth group. Learn more about our Partnerships.
Sunday Worship Gatherings
We believe all of life can be an act of worship to God (Colossians 3:17)—our work, our play, our relationships, our service to others and much more.
But our culture often refers to worship as what we do when we gather together on Sunday mornings with other followers of Jesus. For Jericho Road Church, these "Sunday Gatherings" happen at 10:30 a.m. at Lowell Elementary School on every Sunday of the month except the second Sunday. See below.
Love & Serve Weekends
On the second Sunday of every month, we get out of our seats and head out into the world to participate in God’s mission. Our goal is to demonstrate to people that God loves them. Our hope is that, as we follow Jesus example, and pick up our towels, our neighborhoods will be transformed and people will become open to a proclamation of the Gospel of the Kingdom.