We often say, at Traders Point, you can belong before you believe. Wherever you might be on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here. You’re not going to be singled out. We want this to be a safe place where you can ask questions. We're far from perfect, but we want you to feel safe to bring whatever you might be wrestling with and find hope here.

When you join us at one of our campuses, here are a few things you can expect. 

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ALL CAMPUSES

Teaching: We meet for about an hour together every weekend, and we go through a series of talks—message series—that usually last about three to six weeks. We look at the Bible, why it matters, and how to apply it to our lives. Every campus hears the same message from the same pastor each week.

Lead Pastor: Aaron Brockett is our lead pastor. He’s authentic, funny and relatable. He’s also passionate about removing barriers that keep people from Jesus.

Worship Music: Each week, we worship God through music. Check out our Spotify playlist to listen to the songs we worship to.

Groups: Traders Point groups typically consist of eight to 12 people meeting weekly in homes, at coffee shops, or at a Traders Point campus. Groups get together to talk about the weekly messages, ask questions, look at God’s Word and encourage each other. If you’re interested in joining a group, check out Growth Track. If you’ve already been to Growth Track, you can join a group.

PHYSICAL CAMPUSES

What to Wear: We dress pretty casually here. If you’re most comfortable in a baseball cap and jeans, you’ll fit right in—just come as you are.  

Where to Park: Parking is always free, and our parking team will direct you to a spot. If you’re visiting Traders Point for the first time, turn on your flashers so our parking team can quickly direct you to guest parking. Accessible parking is available at each campus.

Hospitality: Arrive early and stop by Info Central to pick up a free Bible and t-shirt. We’ll answer any questions and help you get where you need to go.

Accessibility: We offer accessibility seating in the auditorium. Info Central can help with other accessibility questions and needs!

Communion: Communion is offered at Traders Point as an act of worship. You can grab a communion cup on the way to your seat and when you feel ready, you are welcome to take communion on your own at any point during service (you can also take communion at home or with your group). Gluten-free communion is available at all campuses. 

Traders Point Kids: Kids birth through grade 6 can learn about Jesus on their level. In the nursery and toddler rooms, your child will be cared for by an amazing team and experience playtime activities based on lessons from the Bible. Elementary kids in grades 1-6 gather for music and teaching then break into smaller groups based on age and gender.  

Traders Point Youth: Traders Point Youth is designed to help middle and high school students (grades 7 - 12) connect to Christ and to community. Each week, students gather before the last service at their campus for a pre-party, attend service, meet up in groups afterward, then hang out for food and fun.  

TRADERS POINT ONLINE 

Hospitality: During each of our livestream gatherings, our chat host team will welcome you and answer any questions you may have. They are also available to interact and pray with you throughout the gathering.    

Communion: Communion at Traders Point is an important time to reflect on the cross of Jesus Christ. If you're joining us online, we encourage you to use whatever you have available at your house -- crackers, bread, juice -- and take a few minutes to quietly reflect on all that Jesus has done for you.   

Traders Point Kids: Kids birth through grade 6 can learn about Jesus on their level. Kids messages are available on-demand each week for your child to watch at home anytime. 

Traders Point Youth: Traders Point Youth is designed to help middle and high school students (grades 7 - 12) connect to Christ and to community. Each week, students gather at our physical campuses. For those who can’t make it in person, we host a weekly gathering online.