Helping You Grow Your Faith

8204 Edgewood Church Road | Sundays @ 10:30 am
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“As of July 1, we have returned to gathering on Sunday morning without the restrictions of COVID-19 protocol. Hallelujah! Our adult Sunday School class meets downstairs at 9:00 followed by fellowship and mingling until worship begins at 10:30. While masks and social distancing are no longer required, we honor the preference of anyone desiring to continue the practices and provide accommodations that are comfortable for your worship and participation. We have not returned to mid-week bible study as of yet but hope to do so this Fall.”


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Our Strategy & Process

Our process for being and making followers of Jesus is through small groups where we can develop community with one another. From this community of growth, we build bridges of compassion into our community to seek to serve and love in practical ways.

We believe relationships are important before we can share what we believe. This is the exact same process that Jesus used with his earthly followers. It is simple but profound. Growth needs to be both deep and broad.

Our Mission & Vision

“We exist to be followers of Jesus who make followers of Jesus.”

Who We Are

Edgewood Church of God is a small church focused on being the kind of church God desires. While we are entirely in process (translated means, we are not perfect), we serve a perfect God who is calling us to be far better than what we are. This is only possible because God is rich in mercy and grace. We seek to live God honoring lives which will in turn honor our community and world.

Though we are small, you are more than welcome. You are invited to visit and be our guest. At 10:00 A.M., we have a coffee hour with some rockin’ donuts that don’t last very long, simply because they are so good.

Or just show up for church at 10:30. Causal dress is just fine. There is no dress code although many people choose to dress nicely.

We have a simple service with no one getting too rambunctious, mindful that God is looking at our hearts but enjoys our expressions of devotion.