Welcome to the HuB

Visit us this Sunday

9:15 & 10:50 a.m.

Traducción al español por medio de audífonos disponible durante el servicio de las 9:15 a.m.

Worship service interpreted in ASL 9:15 a.m. | Deaf sit front left


Spanish Bible study | 10:50 a.m. | Student Center
Deaf Bible study | 10:50 a.m. | room 2201 (second floor)

Micronesian Service | 2 p.m. | Student Center


March 24 -  Dr.  Chris Kouba, Lead Pastor Candidate

March 31 -  Micah Mariano

April 7  -  Dr. Rod Masteller



Who We Are

The heart of the HuB is Christ, near you and for you. Our desire is to know Him, become more like Him, and make Him known. We fulfill our purpose as we gather in worship, grow through the word, and go witness to the world. Our actions are ensured by our values of God’s Word, the gospel, hospitality, relationships, diversity and unity. We invite you to join in this journey!





The HuB Welcomes You!

We hope you will join us and have a great experience at the HuB.  We will do our very best in helping you feel welcome. Whatever your story may be, we’re glad you’re looking our way and we want to answer a few questions to help you know what to expect on your first visit. Welcome Centers are located near all main entrances and friendly Lobby Hosts in bright blue shirts are also available to assist you with whatever you might need including campus maps.

Next Step


Connect at the HuB

Next Connection Class April 7 & 14!

If you are interested in knowing more about the HuB, come to our next Connection Class!

Prospective, new and established members are invited to attend our Connection Class to learn about the values, beliefs and mission of the HuB. This is a one-time class that occurs at times throughout the year and is a wonderful way to get to know us — or get to know us better!




The Motive for Baptism: Why Should You Be Baptized?

Baptism is necessary for Christian obedience, and is vital to growth in your Christian walk. We are encouraged to keep Christ’s commandments through baptism:

By the example of Christ.

By the encouragement of New Testament believers. (Acts 8:26–38; 10:47–48; and 16:25–34)

By the explanation of Scripture. (Romans 6:4–5)