It all starts with God’s love
As a community of faith, it is our privilege to love all — even when the world is an unloving place. We welcome all because God welcomes us, regardless of our questions, complexities, mistakes and all those things that divide us.
A community bearing Christ’s name can be an agent of transformation, forgiveness and humility. That calling starts us on a journey of justice, peacemaking and a celebration of every life.
We share a living, daring confidence in God's grace — that confidence starts to stir up a faith with and rooted in God’s love. We invite you to join us on the journey.
"Love one another. In the same way I loved you, you love one another. — John 13:34
sunday Worship at 10:30AM
We are deeply aware of our call to share in the good news that God is love and that Christ is in all. We worship as an expression of our love for God. Worship takes our eyes off the busyness of our lives and turns us to God.
God doesn’t need our worship – we do. Worship is seeing afresh the tremendous worth of God, and in response, giving God the best of everything we are.
Learn more about this Sunday’s message and the “overwhelming, never-ending reckless love of God.”
"Because Your love is better than life, I will praise You. I will praise You as long as I live ..." –Psalm 63:3
justice & service
Offering a place for the homeless to wash their dirty clothes and shower ... Supporting seniors so they can maintain independence and dignity throughout their lives … Partnering with others to help make sure that everyone has a safe and affordable place to live.
One of the great challenges for Christians is as old as the faith – How do we love our neighbor, pursue peace and “hunger and thirst for justice” in everyday choices and commitments?
We want people to know they matter. Our service shows people they matter to us and that, more importantly, they matter to God.
We look forward to seeing what God is going to do through you by serving others.
"Lord, teach me how to celebrate you, share your blessings with others, and carry my faith into my daily life."
The Bible is loaded with “one another” statements — like “love one another,” “encourage one another, “bear another’s burdens,” “live in harmony with one another,” “be at peace with one another,” and “serve one another.”
We’re made to need each other, whether our actions are heroic or not. People doing life alone might be missing something really wonderful. Community Groups can move us to love, support one another and do good works. Bonded together by our love for God we can be something more — even without the cape or superpowers.
"God wants in on our lives and wants us in on the lives of others."
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