Sunday School Classes for all ages start at 9:45am.
You're invited to join us for worship located in the chapel. Everyone's welcome!
Our church is Non-Denomination, Weslyian Holiness in our doctrine. We are egalitarian in our practice, meaning that men and women have the same access to leadership, preaching, and teaching. Every other week Captain Anthony and Captain Lisa alternate preaching. If you plan on visiting, we would encourage you to visit at least twice to get the full picture of what our Sunday Services look and feel like.
Every Sunday join us for our Orange Sunday School program. Orange is a program that introduces and deepens our students understanding of the Bible, Faith, and God through activities and experiences emphasizing parent and small group relationships. Students play games, sing songs, and complete small group activities that highlight specific Bible verses and stories highlighting a real life application for them in their daily lives.
Every Sunday our students join our church family for a time of worship before departing for Junior Church. Junior Church is a time for them to grow in relationship with God as well as one another by taking a moment to reflect on a verse or Biblical principle and engage in fun activities.
Students between the ages of 7-14 who wish to deepen their relationship with Christ and enter into a discipleship program have the opportunity to enroll as Junior Soldiers. The Junior Soldier prep course and classes develop spiritual awareness, increase knowledge of the Bible, and help youth learn how to grow closer to God. Junior Soldiers also learn about the history, principles, and practices of the Salvation Army and have extra opportunities for leadership and volunteering.
Mid-week Bible Studies give an opportunity to dig deeper into God’s Word to gain understanding, knowledge and wisdom. We can live more powerful lives and expect to experience the joy and peace that comes with walking close to the Lord.
Join us for this fourfold program that encompasses worship, education, fellowship, and service. This group is free and is open to any woman who would like to come and be a part.
Men's Fellowship Group
First Saturday of each month, time varies
Join us for fellowship, as we study God's word and how it applies to our lives today.
First Sunday of each month, 5pm
This is a time for women who cannot attend our day time women’s meeting to come together for worship, fellowship, outings, devotions, and laughter. Every month is a different program. This is an open group, where most of our activities are free, however some meetings may have a small fee.
The children’s ministry team aims to partner with parents to help their children build a solid foundation for a lasting relationship with Jesus Christ. Through fun activities and special events throughout the year we are excited to help you lead your children on a life-long journey of faith. Click on a program below to learn more.
Come Level UP with us by learning and trying out new skills. The children’s ministry team aims to partner with parents to give their students every opportunity to learn and grow while building a solid foundation for a lasting relationship with Jesus Christ. Students will have the opportunity throughout the year to choose between different electives and pick up new skills in art, sports, and science. This program is for ages 4-17, ages 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult. All students will participate in our Creative Voices Choir Class learning basic music principles and how to jam out with their voices. Afterwards they will enjoy a family dinner to nourish their hearts and bodies before stretching their creative juices even more by participating in their chosen elective. Click below to learn more about Level UP electives.
Students in the Level UP program have the opportunity to choose an elective as well as to participate in the Creative Voices Choir Class.
Elective One: PERCUSSION
Do you find yourself using your desk and other objects as impromptu drums? Or wished you could be a drummer even without the drum set? Come learn how to beat to the rhythm. Students who choose this elective will learn rhythm and the skills needed to work together and turn everyday objects into an organized drum line. Students even have the opportunity to perform on select Sundays and perform in Salvation Army competitions.
Elective Two: GUITAR
Do you love music? Have you wanted to pick up a new skill and learn to play guitar? Come learn how you can strum for success in our beginning guitar class. Students who choose this elective will learn the basics of guitar and an easy approach to get you playing quickly. Students even have the opportunity to perform on select Sundays and perform in Salvation Army competitions.
ELECTIVE THREE: DANCE AND MOTION
Do you have trouble sitting still when music is on? Come turn that energy into organized motion. Students who choose this high energy elective will learn rhythm, musical counting, coordination, and self-confidence all while having a blast. Students even have the opportunity to perform on select Sundays and perform in Salvation Army competitions.
BILINGUAL CLASS FOR STUDENTS 5 AND UNDER
All students 5 and under will be enrolled in our Bilingual Spanish and English class. Students in this class will have the opportunity to learn words and phrases in Spanish and English all while playing games, singing songs, doing art, and learning about God and His love for us.
Mission: Literacy is a scripture-based multicultural literacy curriculum that raises children’s reading skills while they learn 30 Bible stories. Mission: Literacy was developed by the American Bible Society and is designed to not only help students in school but to also equip them with character-building scriptures for daily living. Students will use Bible stories, Bible-related crafts, games, and songs to help them improve their reading and writing skills.
Class sizes are kept small so that children receive individualized attention so space is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For Middle School and High Schoolers
Join us for our biweekly Teen Night where we kick off every meeting with dinner followed by tons of fun. Enjoy a new activity each time that includes but is not limited to playing sports, games, and occasionally going on an outing. This is a very relaxed, laid-back, and friendly environment where we learn & grow together while building relationships. At 6:30 our small gym turns into a teen only basketball zone. Hang out listening to music while playing basketball or just catching up with new and old friends alike. REGISTER FOR TEEN NIGHT >
For Ages 12–18 Years Old
Corp Cadets is for students who desire to build their relationship with Jesus Christ through entering into a discipleship program within the Salvation Army. Students will have the opportunity to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ, and their knowledge of the Bible while being given leadership training and opportunities. They will also be given the opportunity to learn more about the Salvation Army history, policies, and practices and to be an active part of what we are doing in the Corps.
Captain Anthony Barnes was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Having been raised in challenging circumstances, he understands the importance of being a resource to the community. Anthony refused to let those challenges define him, and with the help of dedicated community leaders, he was able to see beyond those challenges. Anthony now holds three degrees and is dedicated to being one of those dedicated community leaders that supports children and families, helping them to see beyond their own circumstances. Anthony has a passion for mentoring, and developing leaders. As a Salvation Army Officer, he considers it a privilege to serve as a minister, administrator, and an overall resource to the community wherever need may be. He shares this role with his wife Lisa, and is a father to two amazing children.
Captain Lisa Barnes is a first generation Salvationist who came to The Salvation Army through a food box as her mother was caught in the grip of addiction.
Lisa is passionate about Social Justice, loving those in the margins, fully being herself, while living and sharing Jesus. Prior to Seattle White Center, she has ministered in Portland, Oregon; San Francisco, California; Salinas, California; and Phoenix, Arizona. Lisa is the author of a book called Love to a Whore's Daughter; Life and Faith Through the Lens of Grace and Redemption. She also wrote a guided journal called BRAVE; Thoughts and Acts as part of an empowerment program for girls in foster care.
She has her Bachelor’s degree in Counseling for Christian Ministries. She loves art; both in creating it and enjoy others creations. Lisa loves playing bass and acoustic guitar, and drinking way too much coffee while visiting with friends. She’s been married to her handsome best friend for thirteen years. They live life with their two beautiful beige babies, their seven year old fat cat, and their German Shepherd puppy.