Cypress Meadows isn't just a church. We're a family, the Cypress Tribe.
We're a place where you can feel like you belong.
Check out some of the stories of folks just like you who have made Cypress their home.
I've been called an alcoholic and a drug addict. But now I'm hooked on Jesus.
I found a family and faith in God.
It's amazing to know somebody loves you no matter what you've done in your life and no matter what you can do.
-Olivier Roy DeRives
I knew I was struggling and I didn't want to tell anybody. Through Cypress I've met people who love me for who I am. If it wasn't for their support, I don't know where I'd be.
- Rebekah Monzon
I felt like giving up and fell into depression. I came to Cypress and remember the service. I cried and cried and felt this was the beginning of cleaning away my junk from the past. A couple I didn't even know came over and hugged and prayed with me. That meant a lot to me.
- Trina Theodorovich
When I met Pastor Douglas, I told him I hadn't been to church in 20 years and I'd been working the last 2 years on changing my destructive habits. I guess I just wanted to know if I was welcome. And he said that if i wasn't welcome here, then neither was he.
- Pete Ward
When you're almost done completely with the church, because the thing that you feel is the heart of the gospel is missing so prominently - I don't know how to describe that feeling of realizing that, 'oh yeah, these people do exist, and you are welcome here.'
- Steve Van Kleeck
Our house burned down. It was totally overwhelming. People always say God doesn't give you more than you can handle. But He does, because when He does, you rely totally on Him and the people He brings into your life. This church was overflowing with grace and kindness.