Lake Mary CAMPUS HISTORY
On April 1st, 2012, 135 adults and 50 children committed to go north and launch Summit’s newest campus. In August of 2012, the campus moved into Lake Mary High School and three years later, on August 16, 2015, they officially opened doors in their new permanent location. Over the course of those three years, that original group grew and gained momentum to see God’s vision realized through serving together, forming Connect groups, and inviting people into the family that was forming.
WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE
At Summit, we want you to know that you are completely welcome as you are. You'll notice this in everything from the smiling faces who greet you at the doors, to the Prayer Team ready to stand alongside you in prayer after service. If you have any questions—ranging from "where's the water fountain?" to "how can I get connected in community here?"— track down one of our amazing First Impressions volunteers. They're the friendly-looking ones in the white name-tags and are eager to help you out!
Modeled after the early church, we have a rotating team of teachers. As a result, attendees get the unique opportunity to hear the same sound, biblical truth from more than one voice.
From week to week, you will hear multiple bands with distinct musical styles. Each band plays a mix of updated hymns along with current worship music. Songs are carefully chosen to celebrate God’s character as we prepare to hear his truth and respond to his call.
WHAT TO WEAR
When you walk in the doors at Summit, you’ll see a wide variety of clothing choices. Some folks will be in shorts and flip-flops while others will be wearing dresses and ties! Wear whatever feels right for you—we want you to be comfortable here and what’s most important is that you come to worship God, lean in, and listen to what he has to teach you.
100 Technology Park, Suite 110
Lake Mary, FL 32746
Sundays - 9 a.m. & 11 a.m.*
*ASL interpreter available
Join the Base Camp team and make a difference this Summer!
Surge in the City is a fantastic opportunity for the middle schoolers at Summit to show others in our city the love of Jesus through service. Students will have the chance to partner with local organizations and to serve in various volunteer roles throughout our city.
Sixty Minute Seminars aims to create an option dialogue about important recovery issues that are not always spoken of freely within the church.
High school students are invited to experience Summit's ongoing partnership with Children Of The Nations first hand in the Dominican Republic this summer.
Parents are invited to gather together for a speaker series that supports them with helpful content and connections as they raise their children to love God.
A 4-week speaker series with teaching geared specifically toward women.
If you believe Summit is the place for you in this season, becoming a partner may be your next right step. This class will be offered at the Herndon Campus.
Join us as we celebrate the opportunities of singleness and provide helpful perspectives for singles to navigate some of the challenges common to everyone in this unique stage of life.
A four-week Summit U class centered around the gospel and sharing your story, led by Teaching Minister Zach Van Dyke.
Lake Mary Stories
About a year ago, one week before the carpets were laid in the Lake Mary Campus’ building, the congregation joined together to praise God for where he had brought them, to look toward to what they hoped he would do in the future, and to leave a meaningful mark on their campus.
Quinn and Jaye led the way out into the ocean, followed closely by their father, Trevor. Quinn walked straight and purposefully while his sister, Jaye, skipped and hopped with joy just behind him. This was the day that Trevor and his wife, Ashley, had been waiting for. The day that life changing decisions were declared with joy in front of their church family.
I have been so encouraged by the conversations occurring around and next steps that people have taken throughout the Money. Sex. Power. series. I want to share a story about a new friend of mine that I feel like encapsulates so much about what has been happening in this season.