Our mission & vision

Our mission and vision as a church is to reflect the person and work of Jesus, being the body of Christ by:

REACHING: Outreach to those who are far from Jesus

LEARNING: Spiritual growth and development

LOVING: Connections and relationships with others

SERVING: Service and ministry to those in need

What We Believe

We believe that we enter into the life of the church, not by joining a denomination or a human organization, but by committing our lives to Jesus Christ. We believe that God calls all Christians to live in unity and peace. While Christians may not agree on all things, we can embrace the spirit of Christ in caring concern for one another. Jesus is our common foundation, and love is our only creed! As God's people, we seek to represent Christ in this world.

Core Biblical Values:

  1. The Lordship of Jesus Christ. There is one Lord, God's Son, Jesus Christ, over the church, so Christ is the church's ultimate authority in all things.
  2. The Great Commission. Each of us is called to fulfill Matthew 28:18-20, making fully devoted followers of Christ (disciples) who will then teach others to follow him.
  3. The Great Commandment. We are called to fulfill Matthew 22:37-39, not only loving God with our entire being, but also loving all that he loves.
  4. The Holy Spirit's Work. God's Spirit equips believers with unique gifts that enable us to carry out the mission of Christ in the world. At the same time, the Spirit produces love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control in every believer (Galatians 5:22-23), which demonstrate the Spirit's presence within us.
  5. Stewardship. All of life is to be used for the honor, glory, and service of God.

Despite our differences, we share a journey of faith, growing together into the fullness of Christ (Ephesians 4:13). We worship, serve, and grow together as citizens of God's kingdom. We celebrate our life in Christ and embrace our call to be the body of Christ to our world all to the glory of God.