A Place to Belong

Beliefs

The very heart behind Pathway and its guiding principles are found in our beliefs. Each of our eight articles of belief are based on God’s Word and serve as the foundation for every next step we take as a church.

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Values

Each value is biblically based, Kingdom driven and designed to take our church, and you, deeper into the calling God has for us. They aren’t just catchphrases, they are the way we do life.

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Leadership

Pathway’s leadership is made up of elders and staff. From the platform to Lifegroups, Worship and Pathway Kids— our leadership oversees all of Pathway’s ministries. Each and every one are passionate about life change, connection and taking over the world for Jesus.

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Pathway Kids

Your child is important to us. At Pathway Kids, we engage with children 6th grade and younger in a safe, fun-filled, Jesus-centered environment. Whether it’s worship, crafts or an age-appropriate Bible lesson, every child has a chance to learn and grow in Pathway Kids.

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PATHWAY STUDENTS

Pathway Students is a place where students can be transformed, discipled and empowered to reach others with the Gospel. Whether showing off your basketball skills, serving pizza or making a student feel welcome, we have a place for you at Pathway Students.

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Pathway Women

We were created for connection. At Pathway, women from all backgrounds come together to learn, serve and form meaningful connections with other Pathway women.

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Our Location

Interested in checking out Pathway? From the front doors forward, we’ve got you covered. Everyone is welcome at Pathway Church, and we’ve got a place for you.

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NEW CAMPUS

Our Stories

 

Ashley Hardaway

In April 2016, I attended Pathway’s First Steps Class to learn more about the church, but to my surprise I ended up learning more about myself. During the class, we had the opportunity to take a spiritual gifts test, and mine revealed that service was one of my top gifts. This brought me back to a past decision that I thought was a mistake. In college, I had majored in … Read More