Ready to commit? Make Doxa your home church by becoming a member.
Doxa DNA is where you will learn what it means to be a disciple of Jesus at Doxa and why we care about membership. At DNA, you will be able to meet other Doxa attenders, meet some staff and pastors, and learn all about what Doxa is about.
Interested in getting baptized? At Doxa, we would love to celebrate with you as you make a public profession of faith in Jesus Christ. If you are interested in signing up for our next baptism, please email Pastor Chris Ritter at email@example.com.
We desire EVERYONE who calls Doxa their home to be in a Small Group. Small groups meet once a week and last two hours in length. They include fellowship, Bible study, accountability, care, prayer, and intentional reaching out to one another and the community.
Ready to serve at Doxa? We have many service opportunities on Sunday mornings to help people feel welcome and loved. From helping in Doxa Kids to parking and greeting, or running tech in the back on the production team, there are tons you can get involved in.
If you want to get a head start on the path toward membership please check out this video series where we address biblical, cultural, and church practice questions.
Frequently Asked Questions About Membership
Q: Why should I become a member of a church?
A. At Doxa, we believe that God's word makes membership in the local church a priority both for the people and for the pastors. People may come and go on a Sunday, but Scripture is clear that the pastors in the local church are called to shepherd the flock that is among them and that requires a means of identifying who that is. Additionally, God's people are blessed and served by submitting themselves to spiritual authority in a local church and to proper care of the church over their souls.
Q: How do I become a member at Doxa?
A. A person interested in membership is invited to complete the Doxa DNA, join a Small Group, and serve in one of the many opportunities at Doxa.
Q: Who can become a member of Doxa Church?
A. Any Christian who desires to commit to our local church family and is willing to go through the membership process.