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 -Our Mission-

is to Glorify God and Lead People into a Life Changing Relationship with Jesus Christ!

Healthy Missional Markers

 Centrality of the Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16)

  • We believe that the Bible is the only perfect rule for faith, doctrine and conduct.

  • Our preaching and teaching in all settings reflects careful preparation, relevance, and creativity.

  • Our people are equipped and growing in their ability to study and apply Biblical truth in ways that lead to a scripturally integrated life. 

Life transforming walk with Jesus (John 3:3,30; Phil. 1:6)

  • We teach our people how to be attentive to Christ in all circumstances.

  • Our people understand the radical nature of the message and mission of Jesus that continually deconstructs and reconstructs a person’s life.

  • Our people are equipped and growing in their ability to use a variety of spiritual growth resources, experiences, and settings.

Intentional evangelism (Matthew 28:18-20)

  • We are burdened for the spiritual condition of those who do not yet know Christ.

  • We have identifiable pathways for evangelism to take place in our ministries.

  • Our people are equipped and growing in their ability to build spiritual friendships and know how to share their faith as God-birthed opportunities arise.

Transforming communities through active compassion, mercy and justice ministries (Micah 6:8)

  • We are burdened for the hurting people in our community and beyond.

  • We have identifiable pathways for compassion, mercy and justice ministries to take place.

  • Our people are equipped and growing in their ability to see and address the hurts and the causes of hurt in our community and beyond.

Global perspective and engagement (Acts 1:8)

  • We raise the sights of our members beyond our congregation and community by developing a Biblical worldview and often pray for and reference global matters.

  • We have identifiable pathways to support the cause of Christ globally.

  • Our people are equipped and growing in their ability to participate in the global dimensions of our ministry.

Compelling Christian community (Acts 2:42-47)

  • We understand that our love for one another is a powerful testimony to the deity of Jesus.

  • We love each other as we are, not as we should be.

  • We share life together beyond the worship service.

Heartfelt worship (Psalm 138:1a; John 4:23)

  • We exalt and celebrate God for who he is, what he has done, what he is doing and what he will do.

  • Worship reflects careful preparation to help give voice to many dimensions of response to God such as adoration, praise, contrition, lament, and commitment.

  • People leave worship knowing something more about the heart of God and about their own hearts.

Sacrificial and generous living and giving (Romans 12:1-8)

  • We help people discover, develop and deploy their spiritual gifts.

  • We regularly, graciously, and unapologetically teach on the importance of financial stewardship in the spiritual growth of the Christian.

  • We have many examples of lifestyle choices being made on the basis of stewardship and the priority God plays in the lives of our members.

Culture of godly leadership (Hebrews 13:7)

  • Our leaders at all levels serve with character, competence, and conviction.

  • A spirit of collegiality pervades, with our people trusting our leaders and our leaders trusting our people.

  • We continually identify and train godly leaders for all dimensions of our ministry.

Fruitful organizational structures (Exodus 18:13-26, Acts 6:1-7)

  • We can articulate a compelling, Christ-honoring vision for our church.

  • We embrace evaluation as normal and natural and work through conflict constructively.

  • Our organizational structures are designed to be efficient at making decisions while at the same time building congregational ownership for those decisions.

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