We are a community who believe in Jesus Christ.
As believers, we learn to live moment by moment in view of God’s grace which enables us to live holy and sacrificial lives here and now. We are called together to live in the precarious, and yet exhilarating middle – a place of devotion and sacrifice between the hope of heaven and a hurting world.
We worship God alone, desiring that every aspect of our corporate and individual lives bring Him glory. This is accomplished through prayer, surrender, and the enabling power of the Holy Spirit.
We seek to be more like Jesus by being involved in the ministries of the church and in personal prayer and discipleship. It is out of this reservoir of devotion that we are restored to His image and can live in freedom and sacrificial love.
With Christ as our uniting center we join our hearts and lives together in love and mission.
Out of our love for God and others we seek to bless people across our community and the world by faithfully obeying the Great Commission, leading others to faith, reconciliation, and discipleship in Jesus Christ. This is accomplished as we sacrificially give of our time, talents and treasures.
We are a Jesus-centered church and prayer is the foundation of all we do.
Christian baptism is immersion in water (or sprinkling with water) that serves as a public testimony that a person has given their life and allegiance to Jesus Christ. It is commanded and modeled by Jesus in the gospels and endorsed frequently in the rest of the New Testament. Because Jesus commanded it, and was baptized himself, we believe baptism is essential for all believers. Baptism is not something we do once we arrive at a certain level of spiritual maturity rather it’s the very first thing a Christian pursues once they have made the decision to be a Christ-follower.
We believe marriage is a covenant between a woman and a man who, before God, make a lifelong commitment to each other. In our wedding ceremonies, we rejoice that marriage is a gift given by God, blessed by Jesus Christ and sustained by the Holy Spirit.