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We partner with God's Spirit, helping all people grow into fully devoted followers of Jesus.

We are a diverse family of believers who answered the call to be disciples of Jesus Christ.

We are being transformed by God’s Word, His Grace, and the Holy Spirit.

Through small groups and deep relationships with one another, we join in Jesus’ ministry and mission to make and mature disciples while we care for the needs of people.

We do this to save as many as possible for the glory of God.

Love God.
Love People.
Change the World. 


The church has its foundations on the Bible, the Word of God, with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone.  We encourage every member to know God’s Word well enough to have a personal conviction about what they believe and why.

These are some of the most important things that we believe. The Bible tells us that these beliefs unite all parts of Jesus’ body, the church (Eph 4:3-6). 

  • One God: There is one God and Father who is over all and through all and in all.
  • One Lord: Jesus Christ is Lord, the Son of God, and the Messiah (the Christ). He teaches us how to live, died for our sins, was raised from the dead, ascended to heaven, and he will come back to judge the living and the dead. Jesus reveals the Father to us, and we follow him as his disciples. He is with us always.
  • One Spirit: There is one Spirit of God, who lives in us, helps us, transforms us, and testifies that we are children of God.
  • One body: There is one body, the universal church. By watching our life and doctrine closely, we have the confidence that God wants us to have, that we are a part of that one body.
  • One hope: There is one hope of eternal life, which makes our earthly struggles light and momentary.
  • One faith: There is one faith, the trust that Jesus is the Son of God, whom God raised from the dead.
  • One baptism: There is one baptism, at which each believing, repentant disciple has received the forgiveness of sins and the gift of the Holy Spirit, and has been added into the body of Christ.