Our Vision

We have a vision to be a people growing in Biblically literacy and living out of Biblical worldview, making disciples who are spiritually-minded, relationally-connected, and emotionally mature.

We have a vision to see men loving and leading their wives, fathers and mothers discipling and evangelizing their children, children honoring their fathers and mothers, and for all members to support multigenerational faithfulness to God as a high priority.

We have a vision for multigenerational interaction to be normative in services of worship, fellowship, and missions; for older mature men and women to come alongside the younger generations to speak into their lives in matters of faith, life, and godliness; for children to watch, hear, and follow the example of their parents and other maturing Christians in matters of Christian faith and life; and for all to honor those who are older as valuable and vital to all.

We have a vision of seeing people believe in the truths of the Bible, to believe in their need for salvation, to believe on the Lord Jesus for salvation, and to believe the Scriptures are sufficient for guidance in matters of faith and life.

We have a vision to see people being brought back into a relationship with God, enjoying the reality of belonging to Him and to His people (the Church), and to see them maintain these relationships.

We have a vision to see people growing in maturity and ever-becoming like Jesus, and through this transformation, to see Christ-like character and a missional lifestyle flowing out of them.

We have a vision of a place where the hurting, the hopeless, the discouraged, the depressed, the frustrated and the lost can find love, acceptance, forgiveness, help, hope, guidance, encouragement and salvation.

We have a vision of spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ as we are going, inviting everyone into a relationship with God through faith in His Son, Jesus, and making disciples of all people groups.

We have a vision of a church that is diverse and inclusive of all people groups, recognizing and proclaiming the God of the Bible created one human race, and that all who trust in Jesus become one family.

“So we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another …(Romans 12:5)”