Initial Steps

If you're new to Quest or the Christian faith, we've identified three easy ways to get started on your discipleship journey.  

  • First steps

    The purpose of First Steps: One-to-One Discipleship is to help people move beyond salvation and to begin their journey to a life fully-committed to Jesus Christ. 

    During the First Steps 8-weeks program, participants will learn more about the Bible, the Christian faith and what it means to be a disciple of Christ.

    A mature Christian will serve as a guide for a new Christian. They’ll meet for one hour a to work through the First Steps study guide. The mentor will help lead the mentee along this new pathway of growing in Christ Jesus. 

    First Steps is ongoing. When a participant expresses their desire to start, they will be paired up with a mentor. The mentor/ mentee pair will decide on the day, time and location for their meetings.

    Contact: Kirk Scott

  • Alpha

    Alpha is for everyone who wants to explore life's big questions. Whether you grew up a Christian or have never set foot in a church, you're invited to attend. 

    Alphas generally have three key things in common:

    • First There's Food—Food, is a great way to encourage community and get to know each other. 
    • Then a Video—The videos are designed to engage and inspire conversation. They explore the big issues around faith and unpack the basics of Christianity. 
    • Followed by Conversation—You'll have the chance to share thoughts on the topic, and discuss it in a small group. You don't have to say anything. And there’s nothing you can’t say.  

    Alpha meets for 11 weeks in the Fall and Winter on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Free childcare is available for birth to 5th grade.

    Alpha website

    Contact: Kirk Scott

  • Serving at Quest

    At Quest, it’s our amazing volunteers who give generous gifts of time and talents to God and others that make our church great and expand the Kingdom. You would be surprised at what volunteers do around the church each week – from singing to cleaning, teaching to making coffee, and just about everything in between.   


    Almost all of our volunteer teams offer a schedule that allows volunteers to serve others during one worship gathering and then worship with others in the next gathering or vice-versa. You can experience the fulfillment of making a difference by serving and also have your spiritual tank filled in a worship gathering.


    It's easy to get plugged in at Quest. Kirk Scott, Connections & Discipleship Pastor,  will help you get connected and equipped to serve.  

    Find out more.

    Contact: Kirk Scott