SUNDAYS AT ANTHEM

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Thanks for your interest in joining us on a Sunday at Anthem!  Sundays at Anthem Church are designed to help make faith practical at every stage of life. Life is complicated, you want to get it right, and we want to help.

This Summer is a great time to check out Anthem!
We have amazing environments every Sunday for you and your entire family.  Keep scrolling for more about Sundays at Anthem, or click here to check out all the stuff happening this Summer at Anthem.

SUNDAYS FOR YOU

9:15 & 11:00

Every Sunday there are two identical experiences in the Main Auditorium.  We know that walking into a church for the first time can be, well, interesting... so here's the answer to some questions you might have.  Keep scrolling for more about what's happening at Anthem for your kids and students!

Q: What should I wear?  Clothes. 🤣
Q: How Long will the service be? About 65 minutes.
Q: Will I stay awake? Yes.  The Anthem band and the free Coffee and cold brew in the lobby will help.
Q: Who does the Teaching?  Typically our Teaching Pastor Andy Stanley delivers the message via Live Video.  Other times one of our Pastors delivers the message.  Either way, you can expect practical  and helpful teaching that will inspire you to follow Jesus.
Q: Are Masks required? Masks are optional on campus for kids and adults.  You'll find people with them and without them, so however you feel comfortable!
Q: What about my Kids?  Keep scrolling...

SUNDAYS FOR YOUR
FAMILY

Preschool: Waumba Land
Every Sunday 9:15 + 11:00
Babies ages six-weeks through pre-K will experience time to play, sing songs and listen to a Bible story. We want your preschooler to know that God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever!
(more about Waumba Land)
Elementary: Upstreet
Every Sunday 9:15 + 11:00
UpStreet is preparing kids for the road ahead. Their time includes games, fun music, stories, and small group time.
(more about Upstreet)
Middle School: Transit
Every Sunday 11:00
Transit is where middle school students develop a faith of their own. We start with fun games, worship, and teaching in large group and then break off into small group for discussion and community.
(More about Transit)
High School: InsideOut
Most Sundays 4:30pm
Sunday is the best night of the week for high schoolers! At InsideOut, we have music, a message, and small group time where students can grow with their peers.

WHERE WE MEET

From the parking lot to the front doors and throughout our campus, our Guest Services team would love to direct you or answer any questions you may have.

Our Address

2902 SW 75th Street
Gainesville, FL 32608
(on Tower Road right next to the Library Branch)