Our vision is to renew our community through a movement of the Gospel.

Rebuild. Restore. Renew.

You’re meant for more.

Discover the hope and beauty of the Gospel when you replant your reliance in Jesus.

Jesus promises to make all things new. If He can renew us, He can renew you, too.

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“I will cause your name to be remembered in all generations; therefore nations will praise you forever and ever.”

Psalm 45:17

We are disciples of Jesus Christ who make up a multilingual, multiethnic, and multinational church on West Point Road in the heart of Green Bay, Wisconsin. As followers of Jesus, we believe He is most glorified when we come together across our differences to make, mature, and multiply disciples of Jesus.

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Life is Better together.

The world can be a lonely place. We often face circumstances beyond our control.

In His sovereignty, God gave us community through the church to help us rebuild, restore, and renew our lives, relationships and our city.

Find community and purpose to navigate life’s complexities, no matter your age or background:

Children’s Ministry

Partner with us to root your children in the Gospel and grow them into the image and likeness of Christ.

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Iglesia de Cristo

Queremos conocerte y queremos que conozcas a Jesús. Nuestra misión es hacer, madurar y multiplicar discípulos de Jesús.

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Community Impact

We’ve partnered with organizations aligned with our vision to renew our community through a movement of the Gospel. Renewal begins with us.

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We’d love to meet you.

You’re invited, and wanted. Our meeting place is conveniently located 5 minutes from the airport, 1 minute from bustling W. Mason St., and 3 minutes from Hwy 172. We can’t wait for you to meet our family!


2683 West Point Rd.

Green Bay, WI 54304


9:00 AM Worship in English

10:20 AM Bible Classes / Clases de Biblia

11:00 AM Adoración

In need of prayers?

Do you have a prayer request? We believe in the power of prayer. Fill out the form below to let us know your prayer need.

“Prayer is not defined explicitly anywhere in the Bible, but its basic meaning is to ask. This is evident in, for example, the Lord’s Prayer (Matthew 6:9-13) where in response to a request to “teach us to pray!” from his disciples, Jesus gives them a framework for asking God to act by building his kingdom, promoting his reputation, and forgiving and sustaining them, his servants. Their ‘asking,’ then, is to be shaped by God’s prior action—to put it simply, to pray is to ask God to do what he in his grace has already promised to do.”

J. Gary Millar