But in a culture that is looking for answers, we believe the Gospel is more important now than ever before.
At Cascade Fellowship, we will teach you how to read and
understand the Bible in practical ways so you can learn exactly what it says and how relevant it still is today. From kids to grandparents—and everyone in between—we want to help you learn how the Gospel applies to your entire life, no matter how old you are.
Coming to a new church is scary—no matter how much of a "veteran" you are. Here's some answers to common questions we receive. Have additional questions? We'd love to answer them! Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Either option is a great choice! We offer quality experiences whether you choose to watch from the comfort of your home (and pajamas) of you want to be live and in person. While everyone is different and has a wide array of preferences, we find most guests start by watching online for a week or two before deciding to join in person. If you want to come in person, just let us know and we'll make sure to have a seat saved for you! And if we're not your cup of tea, no problem. We can even share some other great churches in the area that might be a better fit for you.
Our Council (leadership) has decided that we will closely follow the state's orders and guidelines throughout the pandemic. Our venues are operating at a limited capacity. Masks are required anytime a person is indoors. Currently, we do not have nursery or children's programs operating.
Honestly, not much! The actual environment is a bit different between the two venues, but the music style is the same. Preaching can happen in either venue, though it most often occurs in the Upper Worship Center. The Upper Worship Center is more of a traditional, midcentury modern chapel-style room. The Lower Worship Center is a modern, gymnasium-like room.