SUMMIT, NJ - Summit's Renaissance Church, which has met in its Summit Opera House location since 2004, is set to relocate to a new home in Springfield. This month, he non-denominational church will close on its purchase of 639 Mountain Avenue in Springfield, formerly Holy Cross Lutheran Church.

"Renaissance Church is not a building. It has always been and will always be the people who are working together to build the kingdom of God," said Renaissance Church Lead Pastor Christian Andrews. "The church is God’s people, wherever they are, growing in God’s grace and going out into the world to carry his light. Our new building with a lot more space and fewer stairs, will be a tool to help us accomplish our mission of building disciples who invite and inspire others to love and serve Jesus together."

Renaissance Church is a non-denominational church currently holding services online -- live at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Sundays -- as well as offering virtual ways to connect through online support groups, prayer meetings, services for children, programs for middle school and high school students, and more.

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