Find A Community That's Right For You.
ACC Kids is a place where children learn biblical truth. Our volunteers and staff aim to provide a safe and loving environment for your children to experience God and learn about Christ and His role in our lives.
Alderwood Student Ministries are committed to helping students in Middle School and High School discover what it means to be an everyday follower of Jesus. You can get connected through ASM midweek, Sunday small groups, events and more.
Life is Better Together
By joining a Life Group, you will be able build strong relationships that will help you follow Jesus. Life Groups are the answer to the question of how to really connect at Alderwood, and we encourage everyone to participate in one!
Are you looking for a MOPS group or Biblical studies for women? You will find many opportunities at ACC that provide relationships and encouragement no matter where you are in life.
Get StartedSTARTING POINT CLASS
A place to get started, ask questions and learn how to get connected at ACC. Enjoy a free catered meal (live classes only), meet some of our staff and learn what we mean by "living and leading others to live as everyday followers of Jesus."
Grow as a follower of Jesus and get connected with other guys. We have groups for men, day trips for biking or kayaking and weekend adventures to places like Malibu in B.C.
Our college ministry is centered around community. We meet in homes, hosted by amazing and loving couples and their families, where we get to hang out, build relationships, and spend time studying the Word. These groups are growing and always welcoming new friends!
We meet the fourth Thursday of every month, September through May, at noon. A group to encourage those who had ever heard a doctor say "You have cancer". Sometimes we bring a sack lunch, sometimes we enjoy a lovely tea. We provide a safe, caring, and listening ear; an active prayer chain; and transportation help to treatments.
Restored is a support group for women who were, or are currently, in a destructive relationship, involving various forms of domestic violence. We meet from October to June to learn how to take our focus off the person or situation and place our focus squarely on Christ and our relationship with him.
This ministry reaches out to women who require temporary assistance because of a serious illness or other events in their life. Transportation and meals are our main form of assistance for those in need.