At Warehouse we are passionate about the process of seeing each other experience transformation at our core. We are uninterested in simplistic answers or mere external behavior change. We seek heart and soul change that awakens us to who God made us to be—stripped of the facades; honest about our brokenness; experiencing the reality of the presence of Christ, and the life that He has for us.
Our goal is to help individuals, at any stage on their spiritual journey, understand how to continue to move forward toward spiritual wholeness. Warehouse seeks to provide three primary types of vehicles to enhance spiritual growth: catalytic events and learning environments, small group communities, and resources emphasizing ancient Christian practices [e.g., scripture reading, prayer and service].
Each week we provide resources for you to take the Sunday teaching further, and pursue a deeper relationship with God through prayer, scripture, and time spent asking questions. Check out the website to download & listen to the talk, see related resources, and read a reflection and prayer piece written by a member of the Warehouse community.
The Bible is God’s completely true Story about who He is, what He has done, what He is doing, and what He will do. We believe that time spent reading the Bible is time spent getting to know who God is, and the plans He has for us. The Bible can sometimes be difficult to read, and we trust the Quest Study Bible [NIV], and Reading the Bible with Heart and Mind, by Tremper Longman III, as dependable resources that will guide you and answer many of your questions so that you can dive in deeper.
Faith thrives in community and becomes weak in isolation. So, we have small groups. These groups are a collection 10-14 people who gather to eat, laugh, pray, read scripture, and serve. A small group is a place to find life, explore faith, and grow together.
We believe that serving at Warehouse is a way to both give back to the church, and to discover real life in the process. Real service is not found in painful drudgery (i.e., “I serve because I ought to”), but as a missional opportunity (i.e., “I believe in the mission of Warehouse, and my service allows the mission to be fulfilled. I serve because I want to.”) Serving is a great way to meet new people, and forge new friends. Email us to learn how can get in the game.