If you recently began attending Orchard Church, we would like to invite you to one of our Starting Point events! At Starting Point, you will find out what Orchard is all about, where we are headed, and all of the ways you can get connected. It’s a fun time and a great chance to meet others here at Orchard Church!
You can choose your day, time and location – space in each event is limited, so please RSVP today!
We don’t believe that baptism gives you salvation. Rather, it is a symbol and representation of the commitment you’ve already made to follow Christ. Christ instructs us to be baptized as a public profession of faith letting everyone know that you have said “Yes” to Him.
At Orchard, we wait until our children are old enough to know and understand the decision to say “Yes” to Jesus, as well as, the true meaning of baptism before we baptize them. Children must also have parent’s permission to be baptized.
Here is a brief baptism video for you to watch with your child to help them understand this important step.
Kid’s Baptism Class: Click here to sign your child up for the next Kid’s Baptism Class.
Although restrictions have limited us to not be able to gather on the weekends, the value of staying connected with others is so very important.
That’s why we are encouraging all of our Groups to continue meeting online. If you are safely able, we hope you'll gather in groups of 10 or less with friends and family to experience online worship together.
For questions about our Small Groups, email email@example.com.
Please select the location you attend, or that is closest to you, as each location has different small groups! Once you find a group you like, click “Contact Group Leader” and send them an email with your information. They will contact you shortly.
Serving at Orchard is a great way to get connected, add value to your life, and make a difference in the lives of others.
Click here to view some of the ways you can serve here at Orchard.
“Love each other with genuine affection, and take delight in honoring each other. Never be lazy, but work hard and serve the Lord enthusiastically.”