To know Christ and make Him known.
We are a Bible believing, Bible teaching, non-denominational church.
We worship in multiple locations, but we are one family.
What’s important to us
Jesus. We believe Jesus is number one. He lived a sinless life, was crucified and rose again. He is the only way we get to heaven and He is the reason we get together every weekend! (John 14:6)
The Bible. We believe the Bible is the infallible, inerrant Word of God and is the final authority for our lives. (2 Timothy 3: 16-17)
You. We believe that Jesus can radically change your life. Through His death on the cross, Jesus did what we couldn’t do for ourselves: reconcile with God. Salvation is not something we can earn, it is given freely to those who place their faith in Jesus. (Ephesians 2:8-9) If you don’t know Jesus, we would love to introduce you and tell you about how He can change your life!
We also believe that accepting Jesus as your Lord and Savior is just the beginning of your spiritual journey. We want to help you grow in your faith and help you become a fully devoted follower of Christ. During your journey, there are certain steps we want to help you take. We call these steps the Signposts of Full Devotion.
Accept Christ – Go public with your faith through baptism. Baptism by immersion is a picture of what Jesus did for us and we demonstrate our willingness to live for Him by getting baptized. (Romans 6:4-5)
Worship Together – Attend weekend services. As believers, we are told to “not give up meeting together” and to “encourage one another.” Getting plugged in to a local church is a step towards spiritual growth. (Hebrews 10:23-25)
Membership – We believe every follower of Christ should be committed to a local church family. Anyone can attend a service, but membership means that a person is committed to the vision of the church by giving and serving. (Matthew 6:24, 1 Peter 4:10)
Connect & Grow – Spiritual growth happens as we build relationships with others, study God's Word, and experience life together. LifeGroups provide a comfortable environment to do all three and joining one is an essential step in your faith journey. (Acts 20:20)
Reach Out – Living on mission can mean serving on short term missions trips or day-long service projects. Serving others is our way of taking the love of Jesus outside of the walls of our church. (Colossians 4:5)
Discipleship – Help someone along their spiritual journey! Jesus called us to “go and make disciples” and we do that by walking with and encouraging someone in their faith walk. This can look like meeting with someone once a week, inviting them to attend your LifeGroup, or serving together. (Matthew 28:19)