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Get Connected


Learn more about our Neighborhood Parishes, the Newcomer Dinner, Sojourn Online, and Covenant Membership.

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Get Connected


Learn more about our Neighborhood Parishes, the Newcomer Dinner, Sojourn Online, and Covenant Membership.

Join a Parish

Sojourn's Neighborhood Parishes are groups of men, women, and children who are learning to follow Jesus – growing together, loving one another, and blessing their neighbors. At minimum, each Neighborhood Parish gathers weekly, and first-time visitors are always welcome! We believe proximity matters for community, which means location is the most important thing to consider in choosing a parish. The map below will show you where all of our parishes are located.

Every Neighborhood Parish welcomes children. We believe children are active participants in the life of the church, so we enthusiastically pursue both age-appropriate learning and multi-generational community.

Click each map marker for more information.

 
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Online Connect Card

If you're new to Sojourn, we're eager to get you connected! This tool utilizes the internet for the promotion of community, connection, and ministry coordination throughout our network of Neighborhood Parishes. It's more than a social media platform; Sojourn Online facilitates and supplements real relationships within your Neighborhood Parish and the church at large. 


Newcomer Lunch

If you're new to Sojourn, the pastors and staff invite you to share a meal with us and hear a bit about our church and our hopes for the neighborhood and city. We'd love to answer your questions, and we'd love to get to know you! Please sign up for our next Newcomer Lunch by following the link below:

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become a Member

By God's design, Christians depend upon one another for growth and effectiveness. The Church is a tangible expression of the body of Christ (Ephesians 3:10-11), so joining a local church identifies us with Christ and provides a communal context for pursuing obedience to God. We hold membership classes in February, May, August, and November. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and learn more about Sojourn's vision, beliefs, and methods. If you register, you're in no way obligated to join.


Baptism class

The sacrament of water baptism is required of each Covenant Member at Sojourn Heights. Baptism is the sign and seal of a Christian's entrance into the new covenant community, the Church. In most cases, Sojourn will recognize previous baptisms, including infant baptisms. The Baptism Class is held quarterly.

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Ministry Teams


Sojourn also looks to its members to fill key volunteer positions. We've listed a few of these service opportunities below.

Ministry Teams


Sojourn also looks to its members to fill key volunteer positions. We've listed a few of these service opportunities below.

 

To serve one another is one of the great privileges of the Christian life. There are a myriad of unofficial ways to serve the church, especially through our Neighborhood Parishes, but Sojourn also looks to its members to fill key volunteer positions. We've listed a few of these service opportunities below.

Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant...

Philippians 2:7

 
 
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Sojourn Kids

Sojourn Kids is passionate about partnering with families to raise kids who love and trust Jesus. Our dedicated team ensures that children are cared for and taught simple, biblical truth in a safe, loving environment. Sojourn Kids is about more than babysitting; we create a safe, interactive environment for children to learn about Jesus and be nurtured in the Lord. Every week, our dedicated team illuminates the Word of God through age-appropriate lessons, crafts, and playtime.


Band, Media, & communion

Scripture instructs us to teach, admonish, and address one another with psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs (Ephesians 5:19, Colossians 3:16). In addition, we observe the sacrament of Communion each and every week. The teams listed below serve the church by leading, facilitating, and providing support for our corporate worship. Please email our Band leaders for more information on one of the following teams:  Band, Media, Communion, and Band Meals.

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hospitality

Our God is welcoming and hospitable (Leviticus 19:33-34), and we are likewise called to be hospitable (Romans 12:13). The Hospitality Team exists to extend God's gracious hospitality to the church family and our neighbors. Through simple smiles, conversations, and coffee, our goal is to communicate the welcome of God. The Hospitality Team is comprised of four teams:  Coffee, Connections, Greeters, and Ushers.


Operations

Church operations include finances, facilities, and communications. We are constantly on the lookout for gifted Sojourn members who can help us to improve our operations and advise the elders and staff on key operational decisions. Unlike the other Ministry Teams, space within these teams is limited. We have three operations teams: The Financial Stewardship Team (FST), The Facilities Team, and the Communications Team.

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