Beyond is not a typical capital campaign.
Instead of separate funds for separate projects, every investment will ultimately serve Pathway’s two-year vision. We are one church, with one vision – and we need one fund that will nurture our ministries, facilities, local impact, and global reach. As we continue to grow, a single fund offers limitless flexibility.
At Pathway Community Church, we believe Jesus’ words are calling us to become a prevailing force of hope and healing in our community and beyond.
Equipping the individuals and families within our congregation.
Helping Pathway to connect with everyone who lives in northwest Allen County.
Creating partnerships to make a local and global impact.
Now to Him who is able to do far more abundantly beyond all that we ask or think, according to the power that works within us, to Him be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations forever and ever. Amen.
Pathway has changed and grown over the years. Through the power of Christ, our Pathway family has also helped others transform their life and grow in their faith. Listen to some of our members share their story – and their vision for going Beyond.
In any two-year plan, growth is only accomplished one day at a time. We are growing every day – through building expansion, new programs or exciting partnerships.
Pathway participates in a free book giveaway.
The Women's Ministry at Pathway has had a full schedule this summer!
Couples came to play at PCC's annual summer date night!
Not every gift is monetary. You can invest in Pathway’s vision by volunteering, praying or giving. We encourage you to deepen your faith and stewardship. By reaching beyond, you’re helping Pathway do the same.
Pathway Community Church is located just off of Carroll Road, on the northwest side of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Our mission is to lead people into a full life found in Jesus Christ. Our ministry encourages people to connect through relationships, grow in their spiritual maturity, serve others, and lead others to Christ. We uphold the doctrine of the Missionary Church denomination.