If you're considering visiting our church family one Sunday, here's a few things that might help you get a better picture of who we are as a church.
You can expect to meet people who aren't perfect but want to know Christ, strive to create authentic relationships with others, and work toward accomplishing Christ's kingdom purpose. We join in worship to glorify God and grow in His Word together. We truly are a family!
You will be welcomed by our hosts who can show you around the building, take you by the children's check-in area if needed, and help you find a place to sit. Once in the worship center, you will see announcements scrolling, giving you a picture of what's going on in our church life.
We aim — through preaching and teaching — to give applicable insight into God's Word, whether going through a book of the Bible or through a series of messages. In our Bible Fellowship classes, we utilize The Gospel Project for children, students and parents and use Lifeway's Through the Bible for the other age-based classes.
The Sunday service begins with Scripturally-based, majestic worship. Combining the modern avenues of lighting and media with the God-given talents of our worship leaders, we encourage everyone to join in worship and prepare for an expositionally-taught Bible message that challenges you to know God's Word as well as inspires us for daily living.
Christ said, Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age (Matt. 28:19-20 NIV 1987).
We believe that every Christian has a personal responsibility to show Christ to others in his daily workplace, friendships, and home. We also believe that we are called to voice the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ as the Lord presents opportunities. Whether a person is called to work in his hometown or to move across the globe as a missionary, we strive to equip you to fulfill that calling.
We also believe that the Church is responsible to corporately support those ministers sent around the globe through prayer, physical short-term involvement, and monetary support. For more information on how our church does this, visit our mission page.