The Pier

The PIER is a growing church plant located on the edge of Wyoming on Division ave, meeting within The DOCK building. 

God gave Wayne and Sue Ondersma the vision for this church many years ago, as God slowly planted the desire and opportunities in their hearts and lives. In 2011 Wayne and Sue became connected with One Wyoming, and received the proper training and support to plant a church within the city of Wyoming, Michigan. Church began with a core team of 13 people meeting every Wednesday night for Bible study and “church business”. The following year the church began to meet in the Hamlet Living room Sunday mornings, followed by our official Church Service Easter Sunday in 2013.

We are a church growing and learning as we journey together, proclaiming the Gospel with truth and love. Honestly, we are just amazed on how God works! We get pretty pumped about God and His word, so come prepared!

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