It’s a place where you’ll always get a warm welcome from people just like you. Where fun is an everyday thing, and friendships are the natural result. Where we believe in community over campus, so that life-changing faith becomes a reality. We are Summit Community Church, a safe, casual place where you can get to know Jesus in a real way.
That’s when we really come to life. At Summit Community Church, there is worship, learning, celebration, hanging out, activities and great conversation around every corner. All focused on a God-inspired theme that applies to your life.
We offer two unique environments where you can engage in our weekend experience. In the Auditorium you will find a live band and message. For those of you who prefer a more casual atmosphere, check out our Lounge where worship is live streamed from the Auditorium.
Stay and play after service on Saturdays for dinner (food available for purchase) and activities outside. During the summer we’ll move the fun inside the lobby!!
From the moment you step onto campus, you can feel the energy. It’s friendly and relaxed, no matter if you’re there for a service or to meet with a ministry group. Come join us. We’d love to get to know you.
Summit Kids (infant-5th grade) available at ALL services.
Middle School (6th – 8th grade) | Sundays at 9am
High School (9th – 12th grade) | Sundays at 10:45am
Every age group learns and grows differently. Shouldn’t they also worship differently? That’s the Summit philosophy, leading to us becoming one of the most successful student ministries in the West Valley.
Our children's ministry is led by a team of staff and volunteers whose passion is kids. Their vision is to connect children with Jesus, help them grow in God's Word, prepare them to serve Christ, and create a safe and exciting experience for your kids.
Summit Students, a standalone, high-energy worship experience, is where we encourage students to connect relationally and discover God’s radical grace. We offer fast-paced, youth-led worship that addresses the real issues teens face each day.