Next Steps

We want to make taking the next step here at Beacon as easy as possible. Below you will find some ways to take the next steps in your faith and connection with our church. We are here to walk with you as you begin and further your journey!


Newcomer's Reception

Are you new here at Beacon? We would love to get to know you and have you get to know us. We periodically host receptions for newcomers after Sunday services. If you want to attend our next reception, click HERE to let us know!


Becoming a church member is not a Biblical requirement; however, it is a way we can commit ourselves to the church community. Membership is a choice to engage with the details of church life and a commitment to being a unified body. If you'd like to know more about membership here at Beacon, click HERE, and if you'd like to become a member, click HERE.

Connecting to Community

Connecting with the community is a vital part of church life. In Acts, we are told that the early church gathered to study the Apostle's teachings, pray, break bread, and fellowship. We would love to help you get connected with our community. If you want to learn more about how to do that, click HERE.


Knowing Christ and placing your trust in Him is the defining characteristic of a Christian. We believe that Jesus was a real person who was God incarnate. He came and lived a human life, died on the cross, and was resurrected three days later. If you would like to know more about how you can place your trust in Jesus, you can read Pastor Pete's blog post HERE. If you have questions or would like to know more about how to be saved, our pastors and staff would love to talk with you. You can reach us by calling the office a 609-748-0001.


Baptism is an outward sign of inward faith. As those who have placed our trust in Christ, it is our opportunityto show the world that we believe in Him. There is a great deal of symbolism and meaning in the sacrament of baptism. If you'd like to know more about baptism, you can click HERE or if you'd like to sign up to be baptized, click HERE.




As Christians, we are called to serve one another. There are a host of ways we can do that. Some service opportunities are within our larger community, such as coaching. Other options are right here within our church. If you want to know more about how you can serve here at Beacon, click HERE. If you'd like more information about why we do, click HERE.



Our Beacon Church family is active in missions.  We work with diligence to be obedient to God’s command to be disciples who share the Gospel, His Word, and His promises. We do this through prayer, action, love, and financial support to field missionaries.  If you would like more information about our involvement with missions, you can click HERE.

C3 Partnership

Beacon has a Sister Church in Morency, Haiti through a partnership with RMI (Reciprocal Ministries International).  A C3 Partnership was formed in 2015 and we are Connected Church to Church with this remote village church in southern Haiti.  As a church we pray regularly for Morency Church, enable village children to attend school through Hope for Kidz child sponsorship, and send short term mission teams to worship and work with our brothers and sisters there. If you'd like more information, you can click HERE.