Welcome to Summit View Brethren in Christ!

Even with the busyness of everyday life, it can feel like something is missing. No matter where you are—with friends and family, at work or at school—a small piece of your life seems to resist true happiness.

A Biblically Based Community

In the instability of today's world, you need to know that there is one place where you will be truly accepted just as you are. At Summit View, we recognize the challenges of life and together are looking for ways to deepen our understanding of the Word of God and our connection to each other. Our solid Christian values and strong moral compass can help provide you and your family with the anchor you all need in a chaotic world.

Summit View Brethren in Christ Sunday ServiceCome Join Us!

If you are looking for a true community with a deep river of faith, join us this Sunday morning at 9:30 am to explore the story of God's love and how we can apply His teachings to today's world. Enrich your life and that of your family with the spiritual relationships you have been missing; find the home and church family that you have been looking for at Summit View.


Summit View Sunday WorshipService-Oriented Faith

Find ways to spread your faith into the world when you engage directly with our many opportunities for service in the community. Church isn’t perfect, but it does have to be real. The Brethren in Christ values will provide you with the service-oriented faith opportunities that you have been craving.

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Todd's Tidbit's

Good morning, here we are ready to start week #4 of the Prodigal God series! Dale did a great job last week discussing the younger son's change of heart when he came to the end of himself. I found it quite interesting that in chapter 15 of Luke we see the three persons of God within the three parables of the chapter! In the parable of the lost sheep we see Jesus, our shepherd, our protector, who pursues us and saves us! Then on the lost coin, the Spirit, who guides and directs our steps, and in the final parable of "a man and his two sons" we get a glimpse into the character of God, the Father, who, when we come to our end, and make the decision we no longer live for selfish ambition, takes us in and makes us his own ... running to the humble at heart, wrapping HIS arms around his own!Where do you find yourself today ... feeding your relationship with the Father, or defiantly going at it your own way? Turn around, he will be there! This week we will talk about what it means to be HIS son! The incredible transformation into the family, see you Sunday!T.