As difficult as this decision has been, we are not planning on having large gatherings on Sunday yet. We are going to continue to gather in small groups, care for the poor, and continue to be the church for our cities. This is not a political decision but a pastoral decision. We will continue to love each other and love our neighbors by keeping a bit of distance. We believe this is the decision that churches have made throughout history during times of plague and virus, and we believe as we continue to submit and love that God will bring renewal and revival to the church and to our cities. This decision has been so challenging and so difficult for all of us. We miss Sunday so much. We are going to give up what we love for the sake of love in this season. 

While we hope we can meet soon after this season, here are some common questions that new visitors ask! Please reach out if you have any questions that might need answering!

We cannot wait to meet you!

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to the common questions we get from new members within our community!

We are blessed to have a diverse community here at Inland! Our hope is that anyone who steps onto our campus would feel welcomed and at home. We value authenticity, so we live transparent lives of humility as much as we can in our community. We have a lot of fun too! We serve our city together every month and we are seeing God move and call more and more people to Himself! It’s an exciting time!

We want our worship experience to be (above all) honoring and glorifying to the triune God. We are authentic, vulnerable, and celebratory as we attempt to bring God our worship offering each week. We love coming together as God’s people to be in His presence and lift His name.

God has blessed us with a great campus, so parking isn’t too much of an issue. We usually always have spots available.

We are excited about all that we are able to offer to bless the next generation here at Inland. Our Vineyard Kids ministry serves children from birth through sixth grade. If you need assistance look for one of our Vineyard Kids welcome team members who will help you with your first time through the check-in process.

We are a multi-generational church, so our Revival Youth group (grades 7-12) meets with everyone in the main sanctuary for worship. After worship, our Revival Middle school students (grades 7 and 8) exit the sanctuary to attend their own meeting.
We would love for you to get connected and involved! The best way to do that is to fill out our connect card online. Which can be found here.

You can also fill out a connect card during service and drop it off in the baskets that get passed around during our tithe and offerings time, or stop at “The Connect” in the foyer after service for a free gift and an informal time to connect with leadership.

To view more about ways you can get involved and serve, please check out our Ways to serve page to learn more about the opportunities.