Connect Church


About Our Ministries

The ministries of Connect Church are active to minister to you and your family in the most effective ways.  We know how important it is to acknowledge the needs we have as individuals and as family units.  The ministries of Connect Church are not only there for the spiritual growth of the person but for relational growth as well, building strong bonds with each other. 

Connect Church is a place to simply, "Connect".  Connecting with God, Connecting with Others and Connecting with YOUR Destiny.  We want you to feel welcome in everyway.  The ministries of Connect Church are here to serve you. However, they are also here so that you can use your gifting to serve others as well. 

Explore the various ministries available from Smaill Groups to Student Ministries to the V! Team.  Get involved, get CONNNECTED!

Call Us at:  516-500-1133

Small Groups

We were not meant to do life alone.

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Growth Track

Growth Track is a three step process of connecting with God and fulfilling your destiny.

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Connect Services

The Connect Services are accomplished with you and your family in mind. We want to offer a safe environment, full of the presence of God in which you can feel comfortable introducing family and friends to. We want everyone to feel welcome at Connect Church. Our Sunday Services are our biggest outreach to you and your family.

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Student Ministries

Student Ministries is the generational equipping arm of Connect Church. We are dedicated to coming alongside teens, college students, and student leaders to establish them in God's Word.

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Connect Kids

Connect Kids is the children’s ministry of Connect Church. From start to finish, we strive to make your time with us a great experience

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The V-Team is a group of incredible people that have discovered their gifts and passions and are actively serving in them.

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Water Baptism

Water Baptism is a powerful occasion for a believer to identify with Christ's death and resurrection, and to publicly confess his or her faith before the congregation.

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