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bring the awesome life of Christ to people in a lost and broken world


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1. Biblical Authority – “A Better Way to Do Life”

The Bible is God’s Word, and it is our authority for life. If we will adjust our lives (submit) to what it says is true, right, and best, we will experience a better way to live. (John 1:14)

2. Relational Intimacy – “Grace and Truth”

No matter what you have done wrong or what has been done wrong to you, we believe that it is still possible to be reconnected back into an intimate relationship with God, made possible by grace through faith in Jesus alone. (Ephesians 2:8-9, Romans 6,8)

3. Spiritual Formation – “Living A With God Kind of Life.”

We believe that living life with God and with one another involves implementing an intentional strategy to know the One, True God, eliminate any obstacles or negative, untrue responses that stand against God’s truth, and engaging with God by serving God and our neighbor through our time, abilities and finances. (John 1:17)

4. Excellent Environments – “Bump Into Jesus”

Using our spiritual gifts, talents, abilities, physical and financial resources, passions, and creativity, we believe that it is our role and responsibility to create excellent environments and eliminate any and all obstacles so that lost and broken people have the best opportunity to encounter (bump into) Jesus and begin a life-changing journey with Him. (Colossians 3:17) 

5. Relational Evangelism – “Come and See”

Because of what Jesus has done for us, we believe the most loving thing we can do for others is to go to them and invite them to come and see who Jesus is and what He has done for them. (Mark 2, Matthew 28) 

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Baptism is the public demonstration by an individual acknowledging that they have been saved by grace through their faith in Jesus. This is depicted by being dunked underwater symbolizing the death, burial and resurrection in Jesus (Romans 4:9-12, Romans 6:3-4). For information on infant and child dedication, look out for the next event on our kids page. 

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Communion is a symbolic meal, eaten with others, to remember Jesus and what He has accomplished for us on the cross (Matthew 26:26-28, Luke 22:19-20). Bread and juice are available in the back of the auditorium. 

Allergy Free Communion Ingredients