Welcome to Dreamers!

The vision for Dreamers is to…

…help our students develop a genuine and deepening relationship with Jesus. Our mission is to clearly reveal who Jesus is by faithfully teaching all that Jesus has done for us through His life, death, and resurrection. We continue to stay prayerful for our staff and congregation as the Holy Spirit leads all of us to a life of repentance and faith. We are also hopeful that through the joyful response to the good news of Jesus Christ, our church might be a shining example of God’s amazing grace to our families, friends, and neighbors.

  • Sunday Service

    11:30am – 12:35pm
    (Vision Center, Dreamers Chapel)

  • Friday Awana

    8:00pm – 10:00pm
    (Vision Center, Allstars Chapel)

Dreamers DNA

Sunday Service: Corporate time of praise, hearing God’s word, prayer, and giving tithes to God.

AWANA Service: Corporate time of praise, hearing God’s word, and prayer.

Apostle’s Creed: Corporate confession of faith.

Lord’s Prayer: Corporate prayer at the end of every worship service.

Sunday Bible Study: To foster relationships between teachers and students as they review Sunday’s sermon, share insights, and discuss life applications.

AWANA Games: To promote and engage in fellowship through fun and games as students learn more about witnessing Jesus Christ to others.

Children’s Day: An annual traditional celebration of children focusing on fellowship and special activities.

AWANA Booklets: A resource for students who attend AWANA to memorize God’s word and answer questions about the Bible.

Family QT: A Weekly devotional for the students and their family to promote bible reading and spiritual discussion at home.

Bible Trivia: Fun way to review biblical knowledge every semester.

Memory Verse Contest: Annual event where students review and memorize up to 16 verses a year.

Children’s Choir: A program where students learn & perform praise songs/hymns in both Korean and English.

AWANA Club: A program where students attend service, engage in bible study, and fellowship with one another through games.

VBS: Annual summer program where students take part in their own “crew” and participate in different stations/activities that teach Biblical truths.

Summer Camp: Annual summer day camp where students can academically and spiritually grow.

Hallelujah Night: Annual event offered as an alternative to Halloween festivities, where students engage in fun activities/games to win prizes.