Welcome! We’re Glad You’re Here.
At Alpine Church our mission is very simple: to help people pursue God. That means we’re not about a denomination or a building or some complicated religious system, but about helping people from all different backgrounds discover the joy and freedom that comes from knowing and connecting with God. We believe God wants you to experience hope, healing and fullness of life, and that this is all possible through Jesus.
About Pursuing God
We believe the most important thing you can do in this life is pursue God. We call it going “full circle” in your faith: trusting Jesus, honoring God, and helping people do the same. Our simple 3-week series called “Foundations” can help you understand these three truths.
If you look for me wholeheartedly, you will find me.
New here? Try these three steps to begin pursuing God with us at Alpine Church.
Step #1: Check Us Out
Visit us at one of our weekend services and begin exploring our online resources.
Step #2: Attend "Discover"
Try our one-hour Discover Alpine class at one of our locations to orient you to our church.
Step #3: Get Connected
Connect with a group or mentor to help you pursue God or start learning how to become a mentor.
Find a Location
Alpine meets in several locations throughout northern Utah. We would love to see you this weekend! Choose a location below for service times, maps and more information about what to expect and how to get involved at that location.
News & Events
See what’s happening at our church, or choose a location to view campus-specific information.
New year, new serving opportunity
If you call Alpine your home church, there is a place for you to serve! We’d love to get you involved in a team. read more…
January 1 – February 9
Are you new to Alpine? Or do you have questions about how we work, our theology, or anything else? Plan to join us for Discover Alpine, a one-hour class with Q&A to learn all about who we are. read more…
Big Canyon Ranch
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”
Use these weekly sermon resources to start conversations with your family, friends, group or mentor.