We are passionate about being real people engaged in real ministry.
Our desire for our congregation is that we would be a family made up of people who have a genuine desire to grow in their love for God and for each other. Since there are no perfect people in the world, we don’t expect those who attend our church to be perfect either. In fact, we fully expect that we will all be very imperfect people, fostering an environment where we can grow together in transparent relationships, enjoy the God who loves us as we are.
Our desire as we serve those in our community is to help others see the greatness and goodness of our amazing God. With an emphasis on balance, obedience, creativity, and activity, we as a church family seek to serve others not for our own glory, but for the glory of God who alone is worthy of such praise. With this in mind, we have established the following as our ministry goals:
To Exalt the Creator
We make it a point to acknowledge that God is our powerful Creator and sovereign Lord. Since He has created us, He also owns us. He is not accountable to us; rather, we are accountable to Him. (Revelation 4:11)
To Evangelize the Sinner
We make it a point to acknowledge that we all fall short of what God expects of us. Thankfully, in grace and mercy, He offers us forgiveness. This forgiveness is made possible through the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. (Romans 1:16)
To Equip the Saint
We make it a point to acknowledge our need to have our thinking regularly aligned with the truth of God’s Word. The voice of our Creator must be the authority that trumps all others, for it alone sufficiently equips us for a life of service to Him. (II Timothy 3:16-17)
To Exemplify the Savior
We make it a point to acknowledge that a genuine love for God finds its expression in inward attitudes and outward acts that are reflective of the life lived by our Savior, Jesus Christ. Those who love Him habitually keep His commandments. (Philippians 2:5-8)
To Encourage the Saint
We make it a point to acknowledge our weaknesses and constant need of encouragement. God calls us to mutual accountability whereby we are taking advantage of opportunities to urge one another on in our faithful service of God. (Hebrews 10:24-25)