Welcome!

We are so glad that you found our website and hope that you will visit one of our services soon!

Everything we are and do at SomaChurch revolves around our vision to see people live lives worthy of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We hope that when you visit, you will feel connected, encouraged and compelled to join us on the journey of loving God and others and sharing this love with the City of Tyler.

Our main worship gatherings are on Saturday Nights at 5pm. You will be greeted by someone with a friendly smile who will help you find your way around. We encourage you to arrive 10-15 minutes early. This will allow time to meet some new friends and find a good seat.

If you are a parent of children who are 10 years old or younger, you will find our SomaKids Booth immediately to the left upon entering our front doors. A SomaKids Volunteer will help you sign-in your child to their classroom. Infants and Toddlers may go directly to their rooms. Older kids will be dismissed to their classes directly after worship.

We are already praying for you and look forward to meeting you and anyone you bring along! If you have any questions about this wonderful church family, please contact us at info@somatyler.org, or give us a call at 903-630-5567.

The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you; The Lord lift up His countenance upon you and give you peace! – Numbers 6:24-26

FAQ:

Why do you meet on Saturdays?

Part of our story is that we shared space with another church for almost six years. Tyler Christian Fellowship graciously took us in when we needed a place. And since they met on Sunday mornings, we decided to meet on Saturday evenings.

But we quickly discovered that we were meeting a felt need in our community. Many people can’t attend church on Sunday due to work schedules, family dynamics, etc. So many people in our congregation attend Soma because we are the only Saturday church in Tyler. And we’re happy to meet that need for our community.

Where are you located?

3700 Old Bullard Rd., Tyler, TX 75701

Where did the name “Soma” come from?

We decided early on that Ephesians 4, which talks about what it means to be the Body of Christ, would be at the core of who we are as a church.

The Greek word for “Body” in Ephesians 4 is “Soma”, which we thought was a perfect fit for us.

How I can get involved in community life at SomaChurch?

Click here to learn about LifeGroups at SomaChurch!

For more information please contact us

Want to know more about SomaKids?