Gospel Community at Portico

Do you feel as though each conversation you have during happy hour is a competition? Do you have so many different people rotating in and out of your life that you long for deeper connection? Do you become nostalgic when thinking of a time when you experienced real community and live in the present moment with a sense of resigned bitterness? Are you imagining your future as one filled with deep and thriving relationships and see the present moment as an unfortunate means to an end? The Gospel brings us hope in the midst of this sometimes despair-filled cultural landscape, offering true community in this city.

Church Life

Portico Unplugged: A Family Worship Service

In God’s Word, God’s people are called His sons and daughters (John 1:12). The church is also described as the body (1 Corinthians 12:12-30, Romans 12:4-5) and the household of God (Ephesians 2:19). The church is a family. God saved us into relationship with one another—He made the church this way, He wants it this way, He uses it this way, and He loves it this way. This is the identity of the church – we are a family and we work best when we gather as one.