Worshipping God, loving one another and sharing Christ


A growing fellowship of Christians under the authority of scripture, led by the Holy Spirit, caring for our community by the grace of God.logopagebkgr


The following core values represent who we are, and what our priorities are, as a Church:

  1. Biblical Authority — God has spoken to us through the Bible and we recognize it as the final authority in our lives and church.( 2 Timothy 3:16.)
  2. Vibrant Relationship with God — God desires an intimate relationship with each of us and has provided the way to know Him through Jesus Christ. (John 17:3; Matthew 17:22.)
  3. Meaningful Worship — Our worship of God is more than habitual reciting of the Liturgy and hearing a sermon; it is entering into the Presence of Almighty God and declaring His Praise. (Psalm 48; Hebrews 13:15)
  4. The Power of Prayer — God has instructed His People to be people of prayer interceding on behalf of others and themselves to accomplish the will of God in our world (1 John 5:14).
  5. Significant Ministries — Every ministry of the church is designed to be significant and relevant in advancing our mission of sharing the Gospel to its target audience. (Romans 12:3-9).
  6. Discipleship Groups — Accountability, belonging, agape love, pastoral care and spiritual growth occurs best when believers know and relate to one another in small groups. (Acts 2:42-47).
  7. Spiritual Service — Spiritual gifts have been given by God to His people to serve Him in the Church and in the world and are a primary motivating factor in our service to Him. (I Corinthians 12:4-11).
  8. Discipleship — We have a responsibility to pass on to others the spiritual knowledge, skills, and the opportunities which have been entrusted to us.  (2 Timothy 2:2).
  9. Servant Leadership — The objective of the leaders in this church is to serve the congregation to help them fulfill their mission and ministries in the Church and in the world. (I Timothy 3:1-11; Titus 1:5-9).
  10. Evangelism — In obedience to the Great Commission given by Jesus before ascending to heaven, we will seek to see people who are far from God come to a saving knowledge of God.