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A B O U T  R E A C H 

Let’s be honest.
We don’t need another show.

(Although The Office reunion would be a good one).

We're taking steps towards Jesus together.

Most of us are looking for a place to belong, to heal, to grow, and to live on purpose. Here’s the good news: following Jesus together gives us all those things. At Reach, you will be equipped to follow Jesus in your real, ordinary, everyday life.

Service Times

Sundays @ 10:00 AM
In-person + Online

Location

2730 Oakes Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

We're downtown, but luckily city parking is ample on Sunday mornings. Any street around the building that's open is fair game! We also have limited but convenient parking in the North parking lot run by the Sons of Norway. Enter at the alley on the north side of our building.

Four phrases that make our hearts beat.

God is reaching out to you.
We call that Gospel.

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.

We reach out to God.
We call that Worship.

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 reach out to each other.
We call that Community.

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.

We reach out to our city.
We call that Mission.

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.