Discover Legacy is the place where you can take your next steps at Legacy, ask your questions, hear the story and vision of our church and find out how you can get more involved.
The staff at Legacy would be honored to pray with you and for you! You can also check out our prayer wall to submit prayer requests and sign up to pray.
We were created to be in authentic community. Our life groups serve as our primary place of connection for friendships and spiritual growth within the church. Groups are based on geographical location, gender, marital status and age – whatever you need to take the next step in your faith. They are open to everyone. Start growing in faith today!
There are many ways to say “I’m in,” to serve out your God-given gifts, talents, and passions at Legacy. If you have a heart for helping and a desire to serve the church there is a place for you here! Prayerfully consider where God is calling you to help.
Check out the opportunities, get more information and to sign up for your preferred area of service on our volunteer page.
Whether you are new to reading the Bible, or looking to grow deeper, check out these reading plans and tips! Explore tips and plans, including:
Stay connected by downloading the Legacy app. Enjoy live services, sermons, events, media library, giving, and much more! Take Legacy Church in your pocket wherever you go.
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Each month, we collect One Thing for service and mission partners locally and globally. Join in the mission by dropping donations off at the North or South campus on Sundays, or during the week at the Legacy North office.
Each month we receive a special offering for a mission or service organization. Give in-person at Sunday worship, on the Legacy App, or online.
The Legacy Foundation exists to endow and support the future of our church’s mission and ministry by encouraging Legacy participants to support the long-range financial growth and sustainability of our church.
Have you ever been told you are a good listener?
Do you have a desire to hear people’s stories and provide encouragement?
Do you have incredible administrative skills and like to help organize systems?
If you think you have any of these gifts, consider applying to be a Connection and Care Minister (CCM)
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Moses’ failure doesn’t define him, neither do yours.
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Bismarck, ND 58503
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