The Front Church is a new non-denominational Christian church in the southern part of the Salt Lake Valley. New? Not particularly religious? From another tradition? We are preparing for all sorts of company. We can’t wait for your 0-12 year old kids to experience KidFront. We think they’ll love it! Come no strings attached. We can’t wait to meet you!

Sundays 10am


Where and when do you meet?

We meet Sunday mornings at 10am at a local school – 14942 S 560 W, Bluffdale, UT 84065 – beginning at our Grand Opening, Sunday, September 12th.

What can I expect when I visit?

You can come and check out The Front Church, no strings attached. There will be KidFront programming for your kids, live music, and you’ll hear Jesus’ story explained in a way that connects with your everyday life. Our Sunday worship service lasts 1 hour.

What do I wear?

While you are free to wear anything you want; most people dress casual (jeans, sandals [when not freezing], etc.)

Can I just show up, even if I’m not particularly religious or come from another tradition?

Yes! People are a part of The Front Church who aren’t particularly religious and from other traditions. We hope you come and check things out, no strings attached. 

Do you have classes for my kids?

At The Front Church, an unforgettable KidFront experience is our highest priority! At KidFront, your 0-12-year-old kids will sing, laugh, dance, and hear Jesus’ story in engaging and age-appropriate ways geared just for them; led by our background-checked KidFront volunteers. We want your kids to love coming to church!

Your kids are important to us! Not only is every KidFront volunteer background-checked, but we go one step further: at no time will there ever be less than 2 background-checked volunteers in a classroom with your kids. Background checks, coupled with policy and procedure for our KidFront volunteers, create the safe KidFront environment your kids deserve. 

If you have any questions for our staff, email kidfront@thefrontchurch.com.

What Bible translation do you use?

While you are free to use whatever Bible translation you choose, we teach from the New International Version (NIV). The NIV is a readable translation of the Hebrew Old Testament and Greek New Testament.

What do you mean you’re starting a new church?

We know, it can sound a little strange, but the Salt Lake Valley is growing, and we’re in an area where there aren’t many non-denominational Christian churches. We want to provide people a place where they can experience Jesus’ story as they are. We’re a part of a network of non-denominational Christian churches – Converge – that starts new churches all over the world.