Who We Are
We are a community of faith growing together in relational knowledge of Jesus Christ. We worship, pray, laugh, serve and learn together in our pursuit to become authentic Christ followers.
Our passion is to celebrate the lavish provision of saving grace wrought by Christ’s sinless life, substitutionary death, powerful resurrection and enthroned lordship over heaven and earth. All this to the Glory of God the Father the Almighty. Amen!
This translates into practical pursuit of being relationally transparent so that radically transformed lives continue to feel safe in admitting human weakness, demonstrate courage to unashamedly confess their own sin-fluence and authentically express loving kindness that embraces one another’s flawed imperfections that’ are so common to genuine followers of Christ.
It is this relational covenant that frees us from having to excuse sin, posture our lives in deceptive hypocrisy or be fearful of godly accountability that is so essential to growing in grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ.
Who Are We?
We are people who believe that the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ truly transforms broken lives. Therefore, we extend warm welcome to those who are married, single, widowed, divorced, filthy rich, dirt poor, over worked, out of work, skinny as a rail or in need of losing a few pounds.
• We welcome those who are inked, pierced or both. Teenagers who are growing up too fast and those over 50 who’ve not yet grown up.
• We welcome soccer moms, Nascar dads, latte sippers, tree huggers, vegetarians, junk food eaters and Starbucks coffee drinkers.
• We welcome those who are more spiritual than the Pope, or those tired of organized religion being shoved down their throat.
• We welcome doubters, seekers, tourists and believers. Those who can’t read cursive and the one’s with Masters degree. If you are in recovery or still battling addiction. Any who are just browsing, or simply got lost in traffic and wound up here by mistake. If you are living the American dream or you just got out of jail.
• We welcome all who are weary and desperately trying to find rest; all who are mourning and in need of a comforter; all who are hungry and in need of the bread of life; all who are broken and in need of a healer; all who are thirsty in need of living water; all who are sin ladened and in need of a savior.e extend warm welcome to one and all.
Why? Because we’ve all been there!