Welcome to Plum Creek where our mission is leading people to a life-changing relationship with Jesus. From this moment, we hope you feel at home and are able to find something for everyone in your family.
Plan Your Visit:
We'd love to help you plan your visit! We offer two ways to join in on our Sunday Online Service either through FaceBook or YouTube. Our Staff will be online and ready to greet you and help you however they can.
What to Expect
We offer a full service Online starting at 10:45AM every Sunday.
Some folks wear T-Shirts and jeans, while others wear more traditional attire. We just want you to be comfortable. So wear whatever you want and what you are comfortable in! You don't have to dress up; come as you are.
Kids (Birth-5th Grade)
For birth-fifth grade, we have age-appropriate classes during both services. We use a check-in system to keep your kids safe while in our care. Plan to arrive a few minutes early so we can get you all set-up before the service starts. Just stop by our First Time Guest Check-In desk, and volunteers will be ready to set you up. You can also let us know you are coming and get a head start on registration by filing out our form here.
Students (6th-12th Grade)
For students in 6-12th grade, our student ministry strives to create authentic environments where students can connect their lives to the bigger story of God. From loud music to the crazy games, everything we do is about leading teens to a life-changing relationship with Jesus.
On Sunday mornings, we offer a Sunday school class for both middle and high school students at 9am. Students have the opportunity to attend the main worship service on Sunday mornings with their friends or family. Many students attend one service and serve in an area of the church the other hour. Later that night, middle and high school students meet back at the church for youth group. Youth group starts at 5:45pm at Plum Creek South (13455 Alexandria Pike). Youth Group allows them time to hear relevant teaching, live worship music and an opportunity to connect with their small groups.