What to Expect
“All the believers were together and had everything in common.” -Acts 2:44
Discovery Church welcomes you and your family to gather and worship with us in a joyful, vibrant, and enriching environment. We believe gathering together is an important and powerful part of opening ourselves to the love and presence of God. Come ready to explore His Word and, in doing so together, experience the gift of love that binds our families as one community.
As You Arrive
2504 S. Alafaya Trail.
Orlando, FL 32809
Sand Lake Campus – Spanish translation available at 11am service only!
881 Sand Lake Rd.
Orlando, FL 32828
Winter Garden Campus
4064 Winter Garden Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Parking at our locations is easy, especially if it’s your first time joining us. When you arrive, you’ll find options for first-time guest parking, accessible parking, and general parking. At our Sand Lake Campus, signs point you to our ride sharing and ADA drop-off area. After you park, a friendly face will greet you at the entrance and direct you to the lobby and auditorium.
We love a good cup of coffee, and we are sure you do too! All three of our campuses offer coffee and tea, available for purchase. So please, stop by on your way in and grab a cup!
The information desk is a great place to discover more about Discovery Church. If you have any questions about our values, beliefs, or anything else, someone will be more than happy to speak with you. First-time guests: don’t forget to stop by the information desk to pick up your complimentary gift!
The Bible tells us that our acts of worship here on Earth allow us to join in on the eternal worship in heaven (Revelation 4). Every weekend service includes the opportunity to join in on that worship through song.
As a church instructed by God’s Word, we believe the Bible is the supreme authority and guide in all matters of faith and life. Our teachings — which last about 45 minutes — reflect that belief. (2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:20-21).
We are reminded many times throughout the Bible about the importance of prayer (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, 1 Chronicles 16:11, Romans 12:12), and so devote ourselves to prayer. At the end of every service, our team members are ready and willing to pray with you at the front of the auditorium.
We are dedicated to making sure the next generation is brought up under the teaching of God’s Word, in a way they can best understand (Ephesians 6:4). During service, we offer care and age-appropriate learning activities for your children. Just check in and we’ll take care of the rest! KidCare welcomes infants through fifth graders. We encourage early arrival for KidCare so you can get your kids checked in and attend service on time.
We are dedicated to making sure the next generation is brought up under the teaching of God’s Word, in a way they can best understand (Ephesians 6:4). Student Ministry welcomes sixth through twelfth graders. Our middle and high school students will join for worship and announcements at the beginning of service in the main auditorium, then be released to our student leadership team for service in our student center. Midweek services occur on Wednesdays. For more information, contact a high school pastor.
Live translation is available for our Spanish speaking community at our Sand Lake Campus during the 11am service.
Private Nursing Rooms
Private nursing rooms for moms are available at each of our locations. To learn more about our nursing rooms and where to find them, please speak with us at the KidCare info desk.
Are you a parent with young children and need the flexibility to cater to your child’s needs while also spending time in the presence of God through praise and worship and the hearing of God’s Word? If so, we invite you to our family room. For more information, please visit the information kiosk.
Join a Small Group
We believe that disciples are made in community. In order to grow in faith and know God, you must grow in fellowship and belonging. Small groups provide an opportunity for all ages to explore and share in spirituality with others. Digging deeper with a community of believers is a practice we are passionate about. As part of a community group, you’ll spark dialogue on how to apply biblical truths to your lives and encourage one another through the seasons of life in which you find yourselves (Hebrews 10:24-25).
God’s grace lives in each of us as spiritual gifts, and it’s important we use these gifts to serve others (1 Peter 4:10-11). When we give of ourselves to uplift others, we serve the common good of the body of Christ — and in doing so, glorify God (Romans 12:4-8). At Discovery, opportunities to serve and share your gifts are available to you in every ministry.
Through baptism, a person publicly affirms their faith in Jesus and identifies with His death, burial, and resurrection. We encourage parents to dedicate their children to the Lord with full anticipation that they will be baptized once able to personally articulate their faith in Jesus. Before our baptism service, a baptism class is available to help participants fully understand this important practice. (Luke 3:21-22, Romans 6:1-4, Matthew 28:19-20).