Village Community Church

Who We Are

What we are all about...

“Village Community Church exists to be a Gospel centered, bible teaching, community focused church. Through this we strive to love God and know our identity in Christ and love others and help them to do the same.”
Hello! My name is Jason Steger and I serve as pastor for Village Community Church. I’ve been married to my wife Marsha since 2001 and we have two sons. Our call to plant Village came after 8 Years of ministry. Our journey lead us from small to big churches, from denominational to non-denominational, ministry in music, technical, youth, men’s ministry, and teaching. I’ve also worked in sales, landscaping, as a delivery driver and construction. Over the years I have truly fallen in love with God’s word; studying it and teaching it. I believe that God created us all to be in an intimate relationship with Him through Jesus Christ. At Village our teaching style is expository preaching. This means that we carefully study through God’s word verse by verse. As we do this, we are held accountable to what God is saying to us from His word.

“God is not looking for perfection, he’s looking for purity of heart”. We are certainly not a perfect church. We do strive to be obedient to God’s will for what we are called to do and ask for grace when we fail. I love that the Apostle Paul invites us to walk with each other in humility, gentleness, patience, and bearing with one another in love; eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace (Ephesians 4:1-3). A man in our church family had this to say: “From the moment we walked in, we have felt welcomed. Everyone has been so friendly, and there is truly a “family feeling” at VCC! It is a great place to worship, to be taught the Word, and to grow in faith. I love it!” I pray that all who come feel the same and that God will continue to affirm our obedience and show us where we fall short of loving Him and others as we’re called. In this we may grow and be built up to the fullness of Christ in love (Ephesians 4:11-16).