Get Connected at the 509

Four Cups Coffee

Located in the upstairs of the 509 building, Four Cups is a non profit shop with an emphasis on community building through specialty coffee.

Laundry Ministry

Serving our local community by providing an essential household service, connecting them with community resources, and offering a safe environment for conversations and relationships.

State Street Community Garden

The State Street Garden is a collaborative project between The Huntington Boys & Girls Club and The 509 Community which seeks to teach area youth about the joy of gardening, the value of healthy lifestyle choices and the value of investing in one’s own community. The garden also exists as a place for neighbors to get to know one another, enjoy the outdoors and to work together to build a more beautiful neighborhood that we can all take pride in.

Being Disciples

Being Disciples is a series of 4-8 week small groups that meet after Sunday services. This series seeks to focus on equipping the Church to live more fully as Christ’s disciples, learning about, developing and implementing life giving practices.

Children’s Church

The 509 provides childcare alongside Sunday worship, teaching and communion for infants and Children’s Church for kids up to 5 years old. Our ministry is led by background-checked volunteers using curriculum from Dwell Children’s Ministries. Learn more about Dwell here

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About the 509

Don't go to church. Be the church.

As a community, we’re committed to building a passionate, aware, rooted, spiritually growing family of God, who are a local part of the worldwide Church. We’re also committed to walking out life with one another and others, following the example Jesus lived in love–both serving and sacrificing. Through the Holy Spirit, we are committed to being used to be a part of restoration and reconciliation in this city and world.

  • begins at 10am

  • coffee served at 9:45am

  • 5th grade and under


The overseers serve the 509 community as a catalyst for communication between staff and congregation. These men and women are committed to the health of our community and they help disperse the responsibilities of leadership through their hospitality, intentionality, and accountability.

Lauren Sowers

Matt Webb

Jason Bleijerveld

Wayne Stephan-Peterson

Hannah Johnson


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