Members have rights...  owners have responsibilities.

Interested in becoming a member of our church?  We truly are honored that you would even consider to call Paragon your church. But there is something you must know: we are not as interested in "members" as we are in "owners."

The word "member" has changed in our culture over the last few years.  What once meant "an integral/vital part" now means "I'm entitled."  In our culture a member is part of a club or organization, and their membership entitles them to certain services.  That's why we use the term "owner" instead of "member" at Paragon.

Members have rights.  Owners have responsibilities.  For example, if you are a member at a gym and something breaks, you tell someone then go on with your day.  If you are the owner of that same gym, you have a responsibility to fix that problem.

In ownership you make an investment by giving your life.  Owners have responsibilities and are compelled to act.  That is what the owners of Paragon are called to do.  If you are feeling called to step up and be an owner of Paragon Church or just want to learn more about the possibility, contact us and let us know you want to attend the next Ownership Class.

The next Ownership Class IS TBD at Paragon Church.