Our goal as a church is to reach the lost with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Those far from God have the greatest opportunity to be able to accept Him as Lord and Savior.
It is our responsibility as Christ followers to reach those far from Jesus.
Our goal as a church is for each person to have a deep connection with God.
Jesus died for us not only to have eternal life, but also to have an abundant life with God here on earth.
Our desire is for each Christ follower to have daily fellowship with God.
Our goal as a church is for each Christ follower to cultivate meaningful relationships with other believers as they live their lives for the glory of God.
We were created for community and we want to provide opportunities for believers to build relationships with like minded people.
Our goal as a church is for each Christ follower to develop a deep relationship with Jesus. As a church we want to teach each follower how to grow in their relationship with Christ.
We believe in order to grow in the Lord we must follow some basic disciplines such as reading the Bible, attending church worship services, praying, and more.
As a church we want to equip each believer to be able to grow deeper in their relationship with God so that they become better equipped to reach the lost and continue our mission.
We believe that sin has broken all things, leaving every individual in the world in desperate need of forgiveness and salvation.
Because God gives eternal life through Jesus Christ, believers are secure in their salvation for eternity. Salvation is maintained by the grace and power of God, not by a Christian’s self-effort. It is the grace and eternal power of God that gives this security. We are assured of our salvation based on the character of God who can never lie.
We believe that the Church is the body of Christ given to the world to be Jesus Christ’s ambassadors. No church is perfect, but we worship a perfect Savior.
We believe that Jesus Christ is returning to the world to save those who follow Him. He will also judge the living and the dead and all people will live forever in either a place of torment or a place of perfection.
We believe that God wishes that no one would perish, but it is our choice to decide whether or not to make Him Lord of our lives.