COVID UPDATE: Getting connected to a church family in the middle of a pandemic may seem difficult, but we want to help make it easy! We have modified the way that we help people get into community at Doxa in light of the current situation and we hope that serves you well! Find out more below.
We love to gather on Sundays and scatter throughout the week in communities across our region. We believe that community is essential for us to grow as disciples of Jesus in the everyday stuff of life.
In DNA Groups, we form spiritual friendships with a small group of men or women with the hope of becoming more like Jesus. In Missional Communities, we do what Jesus did as we love one another like family, serve those in need, and share the good news of Jesus. If you are ready to get connected at Doxa, below are your next steps!
DOXA 101 - WHO IS DOXA?
Doxa 101 will give you an opportunity to meet a few of the pastors and leaders at Doxa as well as meet others who are new to Doxa. You'll hear the vision, mission and distinctives of Doxa.
Click on a date below to register for Doxa 101:
Sunday, August 2nd | 1p
OTHER WAYS TO CONNECT:
LET US KNOW YOU ARE NEW!
If you are new to Doxa, and aren't ready to join us for Doxa 101, let us know who you are! We want to get to know you, answer any questions you may have, and help you get connected! Introduce yourself here!
GET OUR WEEKLY EMAIL
The Doxa weekly email is your best place to stay up-to-date with everything going on at Doxa. To receive the weekly email, make sure you have a CCB account. CCB (Church Community Builder) is the online communication tool we use as a church for staying informed and for communication on ministry teams. Once you're signed up, you can complete your profile, receive all churchwide and group-specific communication, and manage your online giving. Sign up for CCB and to get the weekly email here!
MEET YOUR REGIONAL PASTOR
Because we are a diverse and regional church family, and because we take the pastoral care of our members seriously, we have intentionally broken up the Puget Sound into four regions, each with a specific pastor or team of pastors over that region. Visit the regional directory here to see who oversees the region that you live, work, and play in!