You'll have to find your way to the worship center, and that is were Pastor Greg Schick works.
Among the candles, crosses, guitars and amplifiers, he has hung the Olympic rings and symbols of achievement.
"Your body mind and spirit are inner connected you see it in scripture that what this series is all about," said Schick
He says, if you look at his way there's common ground in all of it.
"You get people giving themselves to this one effort to live a certain way to achieve a certain goal and I think for people of faith, it's the same way," said Schick.
But that may not guarantee success, and he's using Olympic moments to get that across.
"I knew I was winning, I knew I was going fast. that's when the unthinkable happened, I crossed the line and realized how bad that misstep cost me, " said Olympian runner Lolo Jones.
Schick said, "Train for the event of your life."
While the rings symbolize the coming together of nations in the spirit of competition, he teaches the driving force of the athletes should drive people to their faith.
"One of our scriptures was when we find ourselves running aimlessly, but when you find something to have purpose in life and meaning, you are able to focus on that and give your life to it. Our goal is to win but win the right way for the right reason," said Schick.