Where faith makes sense.
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.
Here's what to expect.
Before it starts
Friendly people will greet you, help you find your way around, answer your questions, and make you feel at home. We have also safe, fun environments for kids.
If you’re gathering with us online, a community of people will begin chatting to welcome you and engage with you while you wait for the start of the worship gathering.
Music and prayer
Our gatherings are typically about an hour long. We’ll sing a few songs as part of our response to all God has done for us. Then someone on stage will pray for real needs that exist within our community, in other local ministries, or elsewhere in the world.
Preschool and elementary-aged kids will be dismissed about 15 minutes into the gathering to take part in their own kid-friendly environment.
A message from the Bible
Each week, we’ll show how the Bible applies to the issues we all face in life today. We go verse-by-verse to understand exactly what God wants to say to us, and we do it in a creative and memorable way.
Kids + Students
For your kids
We have an exciting environment just for your kids! We split kids up by age, so here’s what you can expect:
Ages 0-2 | Nursery available for the entire morning.
Age 3 through 4th Grade | Kids register before the gathering, then join you for the start. After music (about 10:15), they’ll be dismissed to their class where you can pick them up after the gathering ends.
All students in middle and high school take part in the worship gathering with you and the other adults. Afterward, we offer a group for Students from 11:15 until noon to help them learn how to apply the message to their lives. And it’s a lot of fun!
How to get here
Have more questions?
Our worship gatherings usually last about one hour.
Wear whatever you’re comfortable in. While a t-shirt and jeans is common, some people like to dress it up a bit.
We recognize and respect the varying opinions regarding the pandemic. We aim to follow the guidelines created by experts in public health and infectious diseases, so we continue to follow the advice of Kent County, State of Michigan, and the Centers for Disease Control.
Kent County is currently in the highest category of COVID-19 transmission. We recommend everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear a mask while indoors.
Our main worship center follows the above guidelines, but we also offer an additional venue that is mask-required for those who wish to worship in a space with more precautions.