We were made to be worshippers. However, apart from God's gift of grace, we will seek to worship anything other than Him. At the time of Ezra, God's people were called out of exile and into proper worship once again. Join us as Pastor Craig will be exploring just how much we, who were once also in exile, are now called to worship Him now, "in Spirit and in truth." You can also click the image above to view past sermons in the series.


Evangelism Seminar

We are excited to announce that on Saturday, April 2, 2022, we will be hosting an evangelism seminar right here in Santee. Alan Schlemon, from Stand to Reason, will be leading us through the Tactics for Conversational Evangelism. We hope you'll register today and join us. Please do so soon, though, as space is limited.


Christ has established His Church to glorify Him. It does so by serving Him, serving others, and proclaiming His Word and salvation to the nations. These are the tasks given to all of His churches.

Throughout the week, we have activities and ministries where we help one another and the surrounding community grow to know Christ more and become more like him. We also support various other organizations and their ministries. Click below to find out more information.


Above all, we are committed to the truth of the perfect Word of God. It is the unerring rock upon which our faith is built and it is by its truth that all things in life must be measured.

To learn more about what we believe, be sure to click the button below.



We love the fact that you’re here, and interested in our Church. Yet, more importantly, it is our prayer that this website serves as a tool to point you to God, so that you too might experience the blessing of being part of The Body of Christ. The Church is not merely brick & mortar, but rather it is the living, breathing parts of that Body — so that we all are the hands and feet of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Welcome, and we hope to see you soon!

"They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching,

to the fellowship,

to the breaking of bread, and to prayer."


Acts 2:42