1.Commitment to Biblical Truth (2 Timothy 3:16 - 4:2)
Christ is central and the Bible is His word. Therefore, the Word of God is the source and power of all of our teaching, preaching, and ministry.
2.Authentic Diverse Community
(Acts 2:42-44, Revelation 5:9-10, Hebrews 10:24-25)
God redeems sinners with diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, socio-economic levels, ages, educational experiences, and giftings. As a faith family, we share in a genuine life experience as broken sinners saved by Jesus.
3.Organic Worship (Romans 12:1-2, John 4:23-23)
Our corporate worship will be relevant and responsive, presented to God out of the overflow of our grateful hearts. Christ is our righteousness, sufficiency, and treasure. All of life is an offering of worship to Him for His glory.
4.Life on Life Discipleship (Matthew 28:18-20)
As a group of Christ-followers, we desire to live relationally with the people in our community. Through the message and power of the gospel, we evangelize unbelievers, establish new believers in the faith, equip growing believers to make disciples, and export them into faithful ministry in their sphere of influence.
5.Engaging the Nations (Acts 1:8)
We will focus our prayer and resources in order to mobilize disciples to impact unreached and under-reached people groups both locally and around the world.
(Gospels, matt 22:37-39, luke 4:18-19, matt 25:31-46)
We believe that sin yields brokenness to the whole person. While we understand that an individual’s ultimate need is a spiritual one (the gospel of Jesus Christ), we seek to minister to the whole person, as Jesus did. By doing this, the Church displays the love of Jesus Christ and points broken sinners to their ultimate need, a relationship with Him.