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We have been grateful for our season of gathering as a church at Camelot. 

We couldn't be more excited about doing community and mission in our new church home at Sweetbriar!

Here are some of favorite things about this brand new space!

  • Hosting families in a bright, clean, safe environment.

  • A secure children’s space that is downstairs and centralized.

  • A lobby where guests are welcome to come early and stay late.

  • A worship space that seats 160 people, providing a communal atmosphere that sets us up to grow into two services. 

    • Two services provide more opportunities for volunteers to serve one and attend one.

  • 24/7 availability for all of our midweek events: Worship Nights, Fellowship Nights, CITYgroups, and Parties, Youth Ministry.

  • Baptism opportunities throughout the year.

  • Offices that are located in the same place we do ministry, making programming more efficient.

  • Without anything to "set-up," more volunteers are able to give their time to ministry in the church.

  • There are two schools and a growing community of families around our church. We see our space as an opportunity to develop intentional relationships with our neighbors.

What Will it Take?

With up-fitting now complete we are so excited to outfit our new building to make our house a home. Between now and Father's Day, June 14 we will be purchasing the following items for our new building. The total budget for these purchases is $25,000.


What Can I Do?

We know that God is providing everything we need to do what He's called us to as a church. Our only responsibility is to participate in what He's already doing. Our plan for in this campaign is to pray and ask the Father:

How are you leading me to participate?

Even more than moving into a new home, we know God is telling a significant story of his faithfulness to our church family. We are so thrilled to journey together in this new season


"Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labor in vain. Unless the Lord watches over the city, the watchman stays awake in vain." 

Psalm 127:1 

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