What to Expect
Music. We love music. Sometimes its a full band, sometimes its just a guy and a guitar, either way we begin and end our services with praise.
Corporate Prayer. We pray as one body. We see value in collectively lifting up prayers to God. Pray with us throughout the week, download our corporate prayers here.
Teaching. We stick to the bible. We look to scripture to find a God that engages our mind and speaks to our hearts. Examining the truth of God gives us hope as well as challenges us.
Communion. We break bread. The table is set and is open to all who call Jesus savior to remember. We encourage you to grab your kids take communion as a family.
Jesus is inviting kids to know and follow Him in a real and life changing way. And at Missio Dei we take that invitation seriously. To us kids are as much a part of the community as adults. Every Sunday, dedicated and passionate volunteers will open the Bible, teach Jesus, and proclaim the gospel to Missio’s Kids. Our desire is that your kids feel known, safe, and loved and that while they are with us they hear about Jesus and learn how to follow Him. Missio Dei has a Sunday morning kids programs for infants through 5th grade.
We believe that parents are the primary disciples to their kids and that our job as a church is to function as a support for parents. To do this we provide resources to parents about the lessons kids are being taught and at different seasons throughout the year, we hand out family guides that come full of fun ideas for how to teach Jesus through various seasonal activities.
Interested in volunteering for Missio Kids? Stop by the volunteer table on Sunday mornings and fill out an interest form!
Missio Youth is a weekly time for middle and high school students to gather with their peers, experience Jesus, have fun, and develop into genuine disciples of Jesus.
Missio Youth arose out of a theological conviction that we as a church exist to make disciples of Jesus. We want to support the work of the Church and parents by creating an environment where youth feel the freedom to honestly wrestle with their faith, grow with their peers, experience Jesus, learn His story, and place their hands on the gospel.
Missio Youth is led by qualified volunteers from inside the community, people who have a genuine love for Jesus, the Bible, and young people. Youth are led through a gospel-centered curriculum in both large and small group formats that include additional midweek resources for both parents and youth.
Missio Youth meets every week during Sunday service. Weekly meetings cultivate healthy, Jesus-centered relationships among Missio’s growing youth group, while monthly Sunday morning gatherings provide an easy access point into the Missio Youth program.
High school students, along with 8th grade students, also have the opportunity to be a part of the High School House Church (HSHC).
The HSHC meets every Wednesday from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Mitch and Jenny Mauer’s house. Once a month this group joins up with the youth of Missio Dei South Jordan, as a way of connecting students to others their age. The House Church is led by Bo Corbin and Susanna Phinney; Missio Youth volunteers who have a passion for Jesus and a passion to see his kingdom take root in the lives of students.
Mitch and Jenny have opened up their home to be a place where questions are explored, Jesus is experienced, and where students can see what it looks like to follow Jesus outside of “church on Sunday”. The discussions will be centered on Jesus and his Gospel. Yes, your child is welcome. Yes, there will be food.