Community Groups are at the heart of what we are about as a church. These small groups focus on applying the Word to their lives in order to become more mature followers of Jesus Christ who engage the world around them with the transforming power of the gospel.
We acknowledge our complete dependence upon God and strive to be people of faith and prayer. We have a team of people who will pray with you during the worship service and pray for Antioch and our community throughout the week.
Kids and Family
The family ministry team’s goal is to create spaces where little ones feel welcome, know they are loved, and learn the truth about who God is and how He loves them. On Sundays that involves Nursery, Kid’s Church, and child-friendly activities at tables in the meeting room.
We believe the church is a family, and we want to welcome everyone as if they were coming in to our living room. The hospitality team is responsible for making coffee and setting up the treats before the service, serving communion, welcoming everyone at the door and getting you connected in whatever way you need.
Music is a vital part of our worship services. While it is not as culturally prevalent as it once was, corporate singing is a way to proclaim the truth of Jesus in a creative and memorable way. The worship band is not here to perform but rather to direct our hearts and minds toward Jesus.
This team is responsible for making sure the space on Sunday mornings is prepared for the service. Since we rent space this requires us to setup and teardown each service. They also oversee everything related to sound, visuals, recordings, and layout.
International Member and Missionary Care
Antioch has ministry partners and missionaries across the world, and church planters across the city. This team coordinates communication and support between them and the larger church family.
Community Mission is our label for the “hands and feet” work we do as a church. We want to preach the gospel with both our words and our deeds, and make a difference in our community. We want to ask the question, “If Antioch were to disappear, would our city notice?” and want the answer be a resounding “YES!”