Welcome to SouthPoint!

We’re glad you’re here! If you attending for the first time, we would love to connect with you. Please take a moment to fill out a connection card. As a new guest, we would love to give you a fresh baked cookie at Guest Services & donate to a charity on your behalf.

We want you to have a great experience and feel at home! If you need anything or have any questions, we would be happy to help you at Guest Services, or find anyone with a tag. After your first visit, our team will be in touch with you to talk about your experience, answer your questions, & help you with anything you might need.

If you have checked us out online & want to visit in-person, we would love to meet you! You can plan your visit here where you will have easy up-front parking & a team member ready to show you around & help answer any questions you have. Or, you can just show up without planning, & let Guest Services know if we can assist you in any way.

If you have already visited us, we hope your experience was a great one! Would you let us know about it by filling out our survey? If you want to know more about what is going on around here, click on one of the choices at the bottom. For more information, or to speak with someone that can help you get connected & take your next step, email us at connect@southpointccc.com or text us at 734-818-5509.

The Weekend Experience

Something for Everyone

Come As You Are – Dress Casual & Comfortable

Our weekend services are about 70 minutes, with modern music & media and engaging messages.

Our Mission is all about Winning Downriver to Christ by Creating Christians who are Committed, Connected and Contributing.

Fun & Safe Environments for Kids at All Sunday Services

We are 1 Church in 2 Locations

Choose a location below to get campus-specific information!

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At Southpoint, we’re striving to be the kind of church described in the Bible with engaging teaching, authentic worship, sincere friendships, heartfelt prayer, and compassionate care for those in need. We don’t pretend to have it all together. We’re just regular people in the process of discovering God’s purposes for our lives and learning to live a life like Jesus talked about.