Jesus Christ, fully God and fully man—the challenging and essential claim of Christianity - Savior of the world. The true reason for every ringing bell, every carol sung, for every tree covered in lights and for every present wrapped in pretty paper.

But if we’re honest, sometimes that reason can feel like a well-worn memory—one familiar enough that it becomes easier and easier to forget its power and urgency. In the weeks before Christmas especially, we feel compelled to make the coming of Jesus a central focus in our lives, but how do we accomplish that amidst the frenzy of the surrounding culture?

How do we avoid making the celebration of Christ’s birth feel like one big to-do list?


Real Beliefs

Our church's REAL beliefs can be summarized by asking, "What does the Bible say about that?"  More formally, a summary of Summit Church's core beliefs is stated within the church's constitution and bylaws. A PDF copy of this document in it's entirety is provided at the link below.  Printed copies are also available in our Worship Center on Sunday mornings. 

If you have questions about our beliefs please feel free to speak with our pastor,  Alex Perakis.  


Real Vision

Without a congregation, except my own family, no musicians or singers, and a mere shell of a building, Summit Church was launched from an idea on Facebook.  Three short weeks later we had a stage, a band, and numerous people committed to come to the first service.  As we have continued to organize over the past year, our journey has had both mountains and valleys, challenges and rewards, just like the New Testament Church, and God has been faithful to us through it all.  People continue to ask me all the time, “How’s the church doing?”  I tell them it’s doing what it’s supposed to do.  People, just like you, are getting saved, their lives are being changed and there are so many at church who can give a testimony to that. 

Thank you, God our Father, thank you Jesus and thank you Holy Spirit for launching and continuing a work that can only be summed up in one word. 


Pastor Alex Perakis

July 11, 2018

“I thank my God upon every remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making request with joy, for your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now; Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.”                                 Philippians 1:3-6 King James Version (KJV)