You won't find any typical "church" buildings here, as you drive onto our property. Instead you'll find a repurposed, old steel barn that that we worship in as a Church family. As you enter, you'll be warmly greeted. Please help yourself to some coffee and maybe some home baked treats. The Nursery and Children’s Church will be to your left and to your right is where we worship. We’re a pretty casual bunch so don’t worry about what you should wear. You'll find plenty of seating set up in rows. Our worship service is modern with full band, and you will enjoy relevant messages based on the teachings of the Bible.
To us at Cedar Springs, it’s not so much about having a fancy building in which to worship our Lord. It’s more about having a place where we learn to be imitators of Jesus—loving and serving “the least of these”-the broken, the marginalized, and frustrated. Perhaps you tried church and left because it was boring, stuffy, or cold. At Cedar Springs you will experience a totally different atmosphere. Hugs, clapping, laughter, uplifted hands draw us close to God as we sing His praises. We guarantee you won’t sleep through the music or the message. And, occasionally an animal or two just might be invited in during worship.
Animals play a key role in the life of Cedar Springs. Horses, donkeys, goats, llamas, and alpacas find Cedar Springs acreage to be a picture of God’s “peaceable Kingdom.” Not only are they well cared for, but they are loved on, petted and fed before and after services. These amazing animals provide hands-on lessons in God’s creation during the four weeks of Cedar Springs Outdoor Adventure Day Camp, where 600+ kids from southeastern Wisconsin get to experience a week of fun and adventure in the great outdoors surrounded by all of God's creation.
Elsewhere on our property, you'll also find a late-19th century farmhouse where we hold Bible Studies and other activities. With God's guidance and the generosity of church members and friends, we also have a beautiful ranch facility (Cedar Springs Ranch) that provides shelter and space for year-round equine therapy, for individuals with PTSD and special needs.