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We don’t always understand what God is doing, where God is leading, or even who God wants us to be. Maybe, the only thing you know is that there are times when you’ve been restless, disappointed or confused — you know something’s missing in your life.

Maybe, that’s where the journey we’re on turns into faith — trusting God’s doing, leading, knowing who we really are — and capable of becoming.

If you’ve ever wondered how to discover the “more” that something in you longs for — we’d love to explore with you what it might mean to live life in all its fullness as God intended.

You were made for more. We want to help you connect to everything God has for your life.


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YOU WERE MADE TO BE LOVED

God loves you — regardless of your questions, complexities, where you come from or who you are, your mistakes and all those other things that make you feel “less than.”

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YOU WERE MADE TO WORSHIP GOD

Every time we gather — whether it’s singing, teaching, praying, giving, or serving — you honor God’s love. It’s a way of saying, “I love you too” and giving God the best of who you are.


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YOU WERE MADE FOR GOOD

You’ve got a part in God’s story. Jesus works to help you see what's special about you and your God-given gifts to bring meaning and purpose in your life.

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YOU WERE MADE TO BELONG

We’re made to need and belong to each other, whether our actions are heroic or not. Belonging is about finding the people who have your back.


we were made to be something more

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The church supplies our lives with rhythms and rituals— none more challenging, freeing, and hopeful than Easter. On Easter we receive the message— over and over, year after year— that new life is possible.

Through Christ, with Christ, we are invited to begin again. Fallen off the wagon in your prayer life? Lost connection with a loved one? Forgotten your own value in the eyes of God? Experiencing a deadness of your inner spirit?

The celebration of new life on Easter tells us, you have a second (third, fourth, twentieth) chance at full and everlasting life and that new chance starts now. New life is possible for all of us together, as a community of believers, empowered by the Holy Spirit.

We asked several members to speak of their experiences with the Holy Spirit. In the video above, Sharon shares how she feels and experiences the Holy Spirit in her life.

Watch the video testimony (6 min.) …

“Christ in All. Communion for All. Connecting with All.”