Each weekend at Impact we tell a story that is relevant to your life.
We’re not a church stuck in tradition.
We are a church focused on telling a compelling story that can change your life. This means our weekend services are unexpected and unique. No one service is the same because each story is teaching us something different and it’s all wrapped around the person of Jesus Christ.
Our services are engaging and meaningful. We use music, art, video and other media to tell the story. You’ll hear a biblical message grounded in the Word of God that is relevant to your life. The band will take the stage and will change your opinion of what church music is. You’ll be invited to take communion with us, and for those who call Impact their home church, to bring their tithes and offerings.
Each weekend at Impact, we tell a story that is relevant to your life. We’re not a church stuck in tradition. There are so many things that make Impact a special place to learn about God. Come find out for yourself some weekend.
Yes. We hold various types of retreats throughout the year to meet a variety of needs. Each year we have Men’s and Women’s Retreats geared specifically toward their individual needs. We also hold other types of retreats that meet different needs both relationally and spiritually. Keep an eye on the News & Events page for these opportunities.
They do. Every Sunday, Impact Student Ministries has a service at 10:15 & 11:45am just for Students in 7-12th grade. Every Sunday there is a message given to help Students learn what life with Jesus is all about. So grab your friends and come and join us at one of the Sunday Morning ISM Services!
Yes. We provide a weekly opportunity to observe communion, but we don’t expect everyone to participate each weekend. A short explanation will precede a time to take a small wafer and grape juice representing Christ’s body and blood spilled on the cross of Calvary. This symbol is one of the most foundational sacraments of the Christian faith.
Are you kidding? That’s what this story is all about. We are passionate about inviting others into the life God has for us. Friends inviting friends is how we began many years ago and continues to be the primary way we reach out around us.
Yes. We baptize people during our weekend services. After someone shows interest, we follow up to make sure their decision for Christ is clarified. A baptism leader arranges for the date and times to do the baptism. You’ll get all the details of what to wear and what is provided by Impact.
Impact is a church with a heart for the lost and the hurting. Because of this DNA we consistently have outreach opportunities to our community and around the world. We are close partners with the Elk Grove Food Bank and provided funds for them to be able to open their doors on Fridays. Each quarter, all of our Small Groups get out into their communities and do various service projects. We have also been involved in other areas as well, like the Sacramento Children’s Home, various school supply drives and St. John’s Women’s Shelter.
We also reach out globally with a combined partnership between Stadia: New Church Strategies and Compassion International, as well as working with other countries through mission outreaches in church planting.
The only dress code at Impact is… wear something. Flip flops and shorts are fine. So is a suit. You’ll find a variety of attire over the weekend, but the predominant style is extremely casual. Our pastors typically wear jeans.
We are a non-denominational Christian Church. We are a theologically conservative church with a spiritually exciting weekend service. We don’t take ourselves very seriously, but we take what we do very seriously. We are a mainstream Protestant church of Christ followers.
The short answer is yes. We understand it can be difficult dropping your kids off to people you don’t know. However, we want you to know we take extensive measures to provide a safe, clean, and well prepared environment for your child. Additionally, the adult gathering is not meant for children… especially those younger than High School age. And although we never want to be brash or crude, we often discuss matters that are not geared to children. We suggest giving our incredible Children’s Ministry a try.
Absolutely. The Bible is our supreme authority. It is our roadmap. Although we have many interesting and catchy titles to our various series throughout the year, they are all biblical in nature. We do our best to make the Word come to life in the hearts of those attending.
We offer mid-week bible studies through our Small Group Ministries. The studies are offered for a range of ages and people. We have Men and Women specific studies to topical studies to shared experiences. For more information regarding what studies and groups are available visit the Small Groups page.