Covenant Membership

Learn how to become a member of Blueprint Church

At Blueprint we value community. We take to heart Jesus’ plea to love one another. We earnestly believe that the church is the body of our Savior and that he has committed to spreading the message of the gospel through our service. Privileged to be called his ambassadors, we take seriously the commitment to enter into the fellowship. We do not have many requirements for membership, but the ones that we do have stem directly from our commitment to be fully on board with the mission of God.

Our Membership Process & Requirements:

Step 1: Attend Membership Orientation Course and complete Shape Assessment

Step 2: Interview with MC Leader

Step 3: Boot Camp

Step 4: Elder Interview

Step 5: Confirmation by Blueprint Members

Step 6: Complete Member Profile and Covenant


While we do not find explicit texts in Scripture commanding membership in a local church, the New Testament Scriptures are saturated with texts that imply formal membership within local churches.  A few examples include:

  • The Commands in Scripture for elders of local churches to oversee and shepherd local churches (see Acts 20:28-30, 1 Peter 5:1-4). In order for the elders to be faithful to these commands and held accountable for them (Heb. 13:17), they must have had a listing of who the individual members within their local church were.
  • Paul commanded the local church in Corinth to formally remove a man from their congregation (see 1 Cor. 5:1-13). Formal exclusion presupposes formal inclusion.
  •  The early church kept a list of widows (1 Tim 5:9). If widows were listed and kept track of, it is likely that other lists were kept and tracked within the church, possibly including a list of the individual members who formed the local church body.

We believe that some sort of formal membership within local churches was understood and present in the early church. In the Bible, to be a part of the universal church meant that you were part of the local church as well.


A covenant is generally defined as “a written agreement or promise usually under seal between two or more parties especially for the performace of some action.” Within the Scriptures, we find a number of examples of covenants; some between God and man (Genesis 6, 9, 15; Ezekiel 20; Hosea 2; Jeremiah 31; Matthew 26), while others are solely between men (1 Samuel 18, 2 Samuel 5).


The primary purpose of the covenant is to serve as a teaching document with three functions:

  • To clarify the biblical obligations and expectations for both the leaders of Blueprint Church and the individual members to body of Blueprint Church.
  • To establish teaching and doctrinal guidelines for the body of Blueprint Church.
  • To serve as a tool for reflection and growth toward holiness.

There are many benefits that come from signing the covenant:

  • It provides a spiritual family to support and encourage you in your walk with Christ (Eph. 2:19-20)
  • It gives you a place to discover and use your gifts of ministry (1 Cor. 12, Eph. 4)
  • It places you under the care of spiritual leaders (1 Peter 5:1-4)
  • It provides you with the accountability to grow in the grace of God (Heb. 13:17)

Becoming a Member

The next Membership Orientation is July 16th at 1PM!  To register, please fill out the form below and we will contact you to confirm your attendance.

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