Plan Your Visit
From the minute you drive onto our campus we hope that you sense God’s kindness toward you.
At Shoreline you’ll find a warm, enthusiastic and open group of people who simply want to share God’s love and grace with a hurting world.
Sign up for a guided tour:
- Tour the facility
- Learn about the vision and history of Shoreline
- Learn about child check-in and be guided through the first time
- Introduce your children to the pastors and volunteer staff
- Find out how you can get involved at Shoreline.
Dress & Culture
Shoreline is a diverse church with people from all walks of life.
In that spirit you’ll find a multiplicity of dress and culture. Some people wear suits, some wear shorts and some wear traditional garb from their native country. From bankers to bakers to bikers, Shoreline welcomes everyone. So come as you are or come in a suit, (just don’t come in your birthday suit) we promise you’ll feel comfortable no matter what you wear.
Shoreline is a vibrant congregation where everyone is welcome.
Sunday at Shoreline is energetic and filled with life-giving moments. Services are usually just over an hour long, and each service is different, so you don’t want to be late! You can expect about twenty minutes of some of the finest worship in the nation, a power packed message from Pastor Rob Koke, and an invitation to join the journey. Along the way we’ll recite a creed that captures the heartbeat of the church.
- I am loved by God
- I cannot earn it
- I cannot lose it
- I am forgiven and made brand new
- In Christ, I live with passion and purpose
- I am empowered by the Spirit
- To be the church in the world
- And to live this love revolution
Services conclude with a blessing from the Book of Numbers, and after service we offer prayer for any need you may have.
American Sign Language (ASL)
American Sign Language (ASL) services are provided at the 11am service on the North campus. The seating area is on the East side of the sanctuary floor. Look for the sign “RESERVED for Deaf Ministry”. Get involved with Deaf ministry through Small Groups.
Aqui en Shoreline, reconocemos que a muchas familias les gusta escuchar el mensaje en su propio idioma. Asi que, invita a tus amigos y familiares que hablan espanol a los servicios, con la confianza de que se interpreta cada servicio simultaneamente al espanol. Simplemente sintoniza tu radio a la frecuencia 102.7 FM para escuchar la interpretacion. Si no cuentas con un radio para este proposito, los tenemos de venta en nuestra libreria.
Ademas, necesitamos a personas para servir como ujieres y companeros de oracion. Puedes inscribirte en el quiosco de informcion. Que el Senor te bendiga.
Pastor Sam Mata at email@example.com or 310-2244, x237
Shoreline always has something going on, and not only on campus, but all throughout the city all week long.
From small groups that meet in people’s homes, to Shoreline East, our outreach to those less fortunate, to projects we’re involved in throughout the city and beyond, Shoreline is attempting to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. If you would like information on anything else at all please contact our Small Group Pastor, Kelly Mata, at Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org.