Our mission is to help people know Jesus, grow in their personal relationships with him, and find their place serving him. Each year Pastor Joe gives us a vision, one that either breathes in and focuses on personal holiness and, subsequently, growing as Christ’s church, or one that breathes out and encourages us to focus outward on loving others as Jesus does.
Who We Are
As a community, we are united by a life-changing experience with God. As a church, we’re devoted to setting everyone on a path to discipleship, constantly and cyclically engaging God’s people to become more like him.
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Social Issue Convictions
Justice for the Vulnerable
Our church demonstrates compassion through our care for orphans around the world and the protection of the unborn.
Sanctity of Marriage
We are committed to protecting the traditional family, as defined in Scripture as the sacred union between one man and one woman for life and the children that result in that union. We believe the biblical plan for sexuality is one husband and one wife.
We are apolitical, except when the rule of government conflicts directly with the rule of God.
Make Jesus Famous
We sometimes put ourselves center-stage when reading Scripture, asking questions like, “What does this passage mean to me?” But what if the story of the Bible is about something bigger, and what does it mean that we aren’t the stars of the show? In 2019, we’ll explore how our personal transformation is only the beginning of all that God is doing and the great work he has prepared for each of us. Make Jesus Famous is our first series of 2019 and introduces our roles as part of a much bigger story, one that makes Jesus famous.
We’re a church that believes in justice and mercy. We put our money where our mouth is – literally. 100% of all the money collected from tithes and offerings on any given Micah 6:8 weekend are passed on to ministries that are doing work here and around the world that provide justice and show mercy to those who need it.