Rhythms of warehouse community

When a routine becomes a habit, it becomes part of the rhythm of your life. Ultimately we want God to be THE Rhythm of  every breathing moment of our life. Sabbath is 1 day of our life so Part of the rhythm of Warehouse Community is our Sabbath Rhythms.

We are back to wearing masks for all people attending in person.

  • Week 1 & 2: Teaching Sabbath @ 1130am

    The first two Saturdays of the month we all come together at the Schmidt Auditorium on the campus of Forest Lake Academy to sing, pray, and be challenged to action from the word of God. Come as you are and bring a friend. Some people dress fancy and some dress like they are going to Publix. We just want you to come and experience the presence of God at work. 

    Click below to listen to the songs we love to sing at Warehouse Community:




  • Week 3: Table Sabbath @1130am

    Every third Saturday we meet in the Upper Youth Center on the campus of the Forest Lake Church. We sing, pray and on this particular day we share with each other as we discuss and  answer questions based off the sermons from weeks 1 and 2 . This happens at round tables in groups of six. Discussions our lead out by our amazing Table Hosts that sit at each table. 

  • Week 4 Rhythm: Home Church

    What is home church and why are we doing it? Check out this video. This Sabbath rhythm starts on Friday night at 7:30pm for a Night of Worship (Doors open at 7PM). This is a night of blessing and a "sending out" into Saturdays home church. 

    Home Church is where we celebrate our time with God in the space of our home. This may make some of you nervous because you may not know what to do on this day. Be creative, plan ahead, and invite friends or family you have been living the Gospel with. Below is a link of a few ideas you can choose to do or you can create something that fits the personality of your group for home church. 



  • Week 5: Serve Sabbath

    There are only 4 fifth Saturdays every year in 2021. So on these Saturday's we set aside this day to be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community. This is an opportunity to be the church and not just attend a service. It is different every time depending on where there is need. Stay tuned for opportunities coming up.