Our on-site gatherings are currently "family style," meaning adults and kids are together until we can safely relaunch our kids ministry. Please wear a face covering while in the building and be mindful of the boundaries of others. Other than that, just join us!
DNAs are 3-5 people of the same gender who meet regularly to read the Bible, pray, and point each other to Jesus. Because it’s so challenging to be honest in a big group setting, DNAs are the main thing our church does to grow towards Jesus and care for each other.
We publish weekly DNA Guides that offer insights / questions following Sunday's message. You can access them in the Reach Everett App. Not in a DNA yet? Let us know and we'll help you start one.
At Reach, we’re working hard to create infrastructure to help sustain and resource you during this turbulent time. One of those mechanisms is called “Have a need, meet a need.” It’s simple: do you need tangible support? Just ask. Are you able to help someone else financially or by running an errand? Offer up your resources. Think of it like our own social network geared towards caring for one another.
You can access this resource in the Reach Everett App.
Give to the Mission at Reach - We are a growing community who's constantly innovating ways to serve one another and our city. We're also moving into a permanent home soon! Your dollars not aid our church in basic operations, but will also help position us for greater service in and around our city.
Give towards COVID-19 Initiatives - As opportunities arise to help alleviate pressure on families, medical professionals, or those in isolation, our hope is to be financially positioned to support those in need.
The word “Gospel” means “good news”. The good news is Jesus — who He is, what He’s done and what He’s inviting you into. Through Jesus, God is reaching out to you so He can have a relationship with you, because He loves you. If this is true (and it is), everything changes.
When you realize you have been rescued, you want to get to know your rescuer. We try to make our entire lives a “thank you” to Jesus for what He’s given us through the Gospel.
We don’t go to church, we are the church. We like to joke that Reach is a big family that puts the “fun” in “dysfunctional.” Since church is not a building, event, or institution, we do life together believing that profound experiences happen in living rooms and coffee shops as often as they do in crowded auditoriums. “Family” isn’t just a buzz-word for us—we all need people we can trust and grow with. No Lone Rangers here.
Jesus came to us when we were hopeless. Now, He invites us to be a part of what He’s already doing in our neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces—the hopeless becoming ambassadors of hope. It’s fitting to call ourselves missionaries, because Jesus has made us a part of His mission. When we start living on mission, God gets glory and we get unimaginable joy—this is the reason Reach exists.