We believe that loving relationships should permeate every aspect of church life. That is why we have several initiatives that address various needs, hurts, and struggles.
Living Free is a care and recovery service designed to help address the struggles and needs that each one of us has in life. Living Free meets weekly at our Northwest Albuquerque location (Riverside) on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm and begins with worship and a teaching, followed by classes that address a variety of needs such as addiction, loss, broken marriages, finances, boundaries, and so much more.
We offer care and classroom programming for kids from 6 weeks to 11 years of age while you attend service and group.
Remix 180 is a care and recovery-based group for middle school and high school students who are going through a number of struggles, such as addiction, anger, and dealing with divorce. This is a great opportunity for students to meet with peers and leaders who understand and can come alongside them in their situation. Remix 180 meets at our Northwest Albuquerque location (Riverside) on Wednesdays and our Southeast Albuquerque location (Highland) on Thursdays from 6:30-8:00pm.
On the third Saturday of the month, our Pit Stop volunteers provide light maintenance and small repairs on vehicles for single moms and the elderly at no charge. The service is provided at 7:30am at our NW Albuquerque location (Riverside) and includes oil changes, replacing belts, and fixing brakes. Those in need of repairs can attend any Sagebrush service and get a paper program stamped at the Information Desk to bring on the morning of Pit Stop.
Our Jail & Prison team brings Sagebrush services to men, women, and children in detention centers in and around Albuquerque each week. It is our goal to remind them that there is a God who loves them and a community willing to reach out to them.
When looking for ways to help others, we cannot ignore the needs in our own communities. Community Connect brings needed food, clothing, and personal care items to Albuquerque neighborhoods. Those interested are invited to attend any Sagebrush service and bring a stamped paper program prior to receiving needed goods.