Becoming a member of a church follows the example set in the New Testament (Acts 2:41-47; Acts 6:3; Hebrews 13:17). In 1 Corinthians 12, Paul calls the church a body. Like a body, a church has many members—many people (1 Cor. 12:14). Church membership is simply a biblical expression of our connectedness to a church.
Our desire is to have a functioning church body that is fully equipped and ready to engage our community with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
How do I become a member of Campus Church?
To become a member you need to:
- Have personally trusted in Jesus Christ as your Savior.
- Have been baptized by immersion after your salvation.
- Attend our Pensacola Class.
If you have never personally trusted in Jesus Christ as your Savior, we’d be thrilled with the opportunity to speak to you. Email the church office with your full name, your question, and how we can contact you, and we will be in touch soon.
The Pensacola Class
The Pensacola Class is designed to help you learn about our mission and vision. In this class, we'll discuss foundational truths of the Bible, our history, and the many opportunities for you to get involved. We hope you would prayerfully consider joining our church family, so together we can love God and love people!
To sign up for the next class or for more information about church membership, email the church office.