The American Fork Campus is the Adventure's extension campus devoted to reaching the people of Utah County, and is a direct reflection of the Adventure's mission of LIFE, WORLD, DREAM.
Service on Sunday begins at 11:00 a.m. with live worship always and live preaching from Campus Pastor Kelly VanArsdol on 3rd and 5th Sundays. Sermons are otherwise live-streamed from the Draper Campus 1st, 2nd, and 4th Sundays.
The Draper Campus is the main campus of the Adventure where we come together for worship and teaching on Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Our times together are focused on our relationship with God. We spend time in worship led by one of our amazing worship teams that inspire and focus us not on their music, but on Jesus Christ. We can get a little excited—but not over the top—and we raise our hands in worship, all of which is only an appropriate response to our awesome Savior! Solid biblical teaching follows from one of our pastors or teachers, led by Lead Pastor Jodi Van Rhee. Our focus on the whole is to experience God’s power, bringing transformation to our lives.
We are a family, so our dress is casual. We invite you to come as you are and there is no need to “clean yourself up” in any other way. God meets us where we are, and then through His lavish love and powerful grace, begins to heal and strengthen us. You will find The Adventure a place that is safe, loving and accepting.
Welcome to the Adventure—a place where you will be accepted for who you are, and loved enough to be told the truth about Jesus Christ and His plan for salvation and redemption.
Since Jesus has opened an entirely new dimension of life for us through the cross, we want to share how that fullness of life has impacted us personally. The people you meet, and the stories they share, will give you an excellent idea about the quality of life Jesus makes available to everyone. In fact, when guests comment on the friendliness of our church, we usually respond by paraphrasing Jesus' words:
"The one who has been forgiven much, loves much..." –Luke 7:47a
Simply put, everyone in our church has a past. We know what it means to have been forgiven much, and that tends to make us eager to express lovingkindness to those around us. Jesus rescues, forgives, heals, encourages and empowers. His work in our lives has not been to condemn or to shame, but to liberate and restore. The ongoing process of following Him is best done in the company of others. We have much to learn from one another and desire to share it with you! So again, WELCOME! Enter in and join us on the journey...