We’re for all people because we’re for Jesus, who is for all of us.
We hold the door, with enthusiasm. The church’s purpose is to help people far from Jesus come closer. It’s our privilege to invite people into Christ’s church.
We enjoy serving together. If there isn’t joy in what we’re doing, we’re doing it wrong.
We have each other’s backs. Our default is to assume the best about each other, because that’s what love does. It’s one important way that love sets the church apart.
We are spiritual contributors, not spiritual consumers. Everyone has a part to play. There are no unnecessary “body parts.”
Quality over quantity. Constant improvement. We aim for excellence in whatever we do. We do what we do as though we’re working for the Lord.
We stick with Jesus. We look to what he said, and listen for what he’s still saying when we make decisions.
Our worship goes way beyond singing. We want to bring honor to God in the unseen; in our thoughts and attitudes, as well as what can be seen, every action.
We are risk-takers in faith. We won’t insult God by “playing it safe.” We’d rather do something imperfectly than do nothing flawlessly.
We give big and we give God the credit. We design our lives around bringing attention and credit to God with our time and money.
Did you know that in addition to Sunday services, we offer a complete Pre-school through 12th grade Christian education program?