Welcome to the Apex UMC Family of Faith Communities. We are one church family, made up of four faith communities (Apex UMC, The Peak, Fiesta Cristiana, and 519church), all united by one mission to “invite and equip all to follow Jesus in transforming the world.” Thank you for taking time to visit our family of faith communities. We hope you will find ways to connect to God, to God’s people, and to God’s kingdom work in the world through a connection here.
Each of our faith communities has its own website to help you connect to the unique expression of worship and discipleship available. We also offer a unified site (apexumcfamily.org) where resources for the whole of our church family are made available. This includes discipleship class listings, regular church family projects (e.g. Faith in Action, Worship in the Park), as well as all church resources (policies, forms, room reservations, etc.).
Our Faith Communities
Please take time to visit each of our communities to see where you might take time to explore a connection with God and with God’s people. Each of the communities are listed below. If you have any questions about how to connect, you may also reach out to one of our pastors or team members, here.
Traditional Worship: Sundays, 8:15 and 11 a.m., Sanctuary
For many, gathering in a sanctuary beneath stained glass windows is an important part of worship—singing with the heft of a hymnal in your hand, feeling your soul resonate with the hum of the organ, and being bathed in the rich words of ancient creeds and prayers.
Contemporary Worship: Sundays, 9:35 and 11 a.m., Christian Life Center
For many, it is easier to worship God when the pews are exchanged for chairs in a gym, the stained glass for beautiful images on a screen and the organ with a band playing contemporary Christian music.
Contemplative Worship: Sundays, 5-6:15 p.m., Sanctuary, begins Sept. 10!
Folks who worship on Sunday evening come dressed casually, yet appreciate the rich traditions of worship as an opportunity to experience God through weekly communion, prayerful silence, relevant preaching and music with a folksy, acoustic groove.
Sundays at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Sundays, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Sundays, 11:00 a.m.