Our great passion as a church is to be a community of people who have Jesus Christ at the center of our lives and allow our relationship with Him to drive and define who we are and what we do. We believe that a church that has Christ at the center will be exciting, relevant and have the potential to revolutionize people’s lives!
Our purpose as a church is to help people develop into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. To be a follower of Christ means that we seek to imitate His life and example. If there is one thing that is evident from the life of Jesus, it is that He lived with a great passion for relationships. He spent His life investing into three relationships, a relationship with His Heavenly Father, relationships with other Christ followers and relationships with people who were not connected in a relationship with His Heavenly Father. As a church, we seek to create the environments and opportunities that will help people develop in these three vital relationships.
To worship and glorigy God by helping people develope into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ
In a word, relationships. As Christ Followers we are called to passionately pursue and intentionally invest into our relationship with God and with the people He places in our path.
Intimacy with God
Community with Christ Followers
Investment in the Kingdom
Influence in the World
To create and develope the environments and opportunities that will help people take their next step in developing as a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ.
"And they all devoted themselves to the Apostles' teaching, fellowship, the breaking of bread and prayer. They were together and had all things in common, selling their possessions and distributing the proceeds to any that had need. Day by day, they worshipped at the temple together, broke bread in their homes and shared their meals with glad and generous hearts - all the while praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved." Acts 2:42-47