introduce people to Christ and His Kingdom. Providing a life changing experience where people can find their place, fulfill their purpose and grow their faith in Christ.
Our mission can be best depicted through the acronym RISE as it relates to Matthew 28.
Reach – Go
Impact – Into all the world (our communities)
Serve – Making disciples
Enlarge – Teaching
Through our Vision and Mission we believe we can make a difference just as the disciples did in Acts 17.6:
…“These men who have turned the world upside down have come here also,
We see in God’s Word that a local church is to be a place of empowerment. A place where those who believe in Jesus come together, regardless of their differences, to worship the God who loves them, the same one who gave His own life for them so they could know Him. It’s a place where individuals and families are restored and equipped by the truth of God’s Word, His Spirit and His grace. It’s also a place where they unite and come together in order to powerfully impact their communities and the world.
The one thing we are know for is our teaching; and the Word of God is the core of all our teaching.. Why is that? Because we believe the Word is sufficient for all matters of life (2 Timothy 3:15-17). For example, you might want to hear sermons that address:
We are convinced the Word of God answers these questions; and through our exploration of scripture we’ll find the answers we need to empower us to life the kink of life God has ordained for us, through the life of Christ.
Worship is not simply about music or a gathering, though it is inclusive of these things. It is supposed to be reflected in everything we do (1 Corinthians 10:31, Colossians 3:17) and the posture in which we do it (John 4:23). That being said, we do gather corporately every Sunday to worship Jesus and a large part of that does feature music.
God has blessed us with talented musicians who love Jesus and serve his church through music. We don’t value certain songs because they’re old or choose others because they’re new. Instead, we strive to flow with the Holy Spirit; keeping in-step with His leading. This means you may hear newer music or fresh takes on old hymns, either way, our goal being conformity to the gospel.