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Recovery in Christ when life is broken.

We all experience hurts, habits and hangups in our life. How we deal with them determines our relationship with Christ and others. Change is possible through authentic community. Come live the life God has intended for you to live by finding that life comes through the fullness of God in the desires of our hearts.

Monday Nights (closed)


4 Southfork Road

18+ are welcome

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Do you have questions about re:generation?

  • What do I have to believe to become a member?
    We ask all members to affirm that they agree with our core doctrinal beliefs.
  • Can I be in a community group if I'm not a member of Outpost?
    Hebrews 13:17 says that the Elders of a local church will be held accountable for the care of the souls within the Church Membership. Community groups are an important part of the way that our Elders shepherd the church body. So, we ask that anyone who is in an Outpost community group is also a member of Outpost and is therefore under the shepherding of the Elders.
  • Can I be a member without being in a community group?
    Hebrews 10:24-25 touches on the importance of authentic community with a group of believers, and we believe this is essential to becoming and making fully devoted followers of Christ. So, we ask that anyone who is a member of Outpost Community Church also be placed in a community group where our 6-core values help encourage our intimate relationship with Christ and the discipleship of His local Body.
  • Why does Membership Matter?
    please visit our page dedicated to explaining "why membership matters".

Step 1


We admit we are powerless over our addictions, brokenness and sinful patterns—that in our own power our lives are unmanageable. 

Step 2


We come to believe that God is the one whose power can fully restore us.

Step 3


We decide to trust God with our lives and wills by accepting His grace through Jesus Christ.

Step 4


We make a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

Step 5


We confess to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our sins.

Step 6


We become entirely ready to turn away from our patterns of sin and turn to God.

Step 7


We humbly ask God’s Spirit to change our hearts and minds in order to follow Christ fully.

Step 8


We forgive those who have harmed us and become willing to make amends to those we have harmed.

Step 9


We make direct amends whenever possible, submitting to God, his Word and biblical counsel.

Step 10


We continue to examine our lives and when we sin promptly confess and turn to walk with Christ.

Step 11


We seek to deepen our relationship with God daily and depend on his power to do his will.

Step 12


Because of our new lives in Christ, we carry God’s message of reconciliation to others and practice these biblical principles in every aspect of our lives.

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