FIRST TIME HERE?
Welcome To Pathway!
We’re so excited that you’ve decided to check things out!
At Pathway Church, one of our core values is the idea that YOU BELONG HERE. No matter where you’re from, what you might be going through, or what you believe, we want you to know the love that God has for you and that we have for you too! You are more than welcome here.
- When you walk through the doors at Pathway you’ll find that we have three things that drive us.
- We want you to know the amazing and life-changing love that God has for you.
- We want to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus.
- We want to help guide you into your purpose.
So whether you are a skeptic, uncertain, or a lifelong follower of Christ, you are welcome here. We don’t want you to do life alone. We believe we are better together; we want you to find a home here at Pathway Church. We invite you to worship with us this Sunday, and we look forward to meeting you!
– Tanner & Alexa Smith, Lead Pastors
The Quad Cities is one of the most unique areas in the Midwest. Compiled of four “original” cities (Davenport, Rock Island, Moline, and Bettendorf) and now also home to several other smaller outlying communities (Milan, East Moline, Coal Valley, Colona, Silvis, Carbon Cliff) the Quad Cities is home to almost 390,000 people with a combined statistical area population of over 474,000. This makes it the 90th-largest combined statistical area population in the nation.
Seated on the mighty Mississippi River each of the individual communities have their own distinct identity and landmarks, but function as one larger metropolis with a strong sense of community. Home of the headquarters to John Deere and The Arsenal the Quad Cities area has a unique niche in the business world.
Sadly, despite being seated directly in the heart of America, the Quad Cities area is currently ranked 25th on the list of “most unchurched cities”. The Barna Group currently estimates that 42% of the nearly half a million people who live in the Quad Cities area have not attended a church service in the last 6 months. That means there are nearly 250,000 people who either don’t know Jesus, have walked away from Him, or are living lives without purpose away from the community of believers.