Baptism is an outward expression of the internal change Christ makes in our lives. Romans 6 tells us just as Christ has died and has been raised to life, so have you! Baptism represents the death of your old life (going under the water) and the new life Christ gave you through faith (being raised out of the water.) Contact us about being baptized.
We believe spiritual growth happens in the context of community, so getting connected can make all the difference. We all crave a sense of belonging, to be a part of something greater than ourselves. That’s why finding a group is so important. Our Sunday School is how we take care of each other. There are other groups that meet throughout the week. Click here for complete list of classes and locations.
Church membership is commonly misunderstood these days. We look at the word member and think of our local country club. However, the Bible doesn't use the term in the same way. One clear picture the Bible gives us of church membership is in 1 Corinthians 12. He explains we are all members of one body, the church, in which Christ is the head. Members are important parts of the body and each has an important role to play. Come to the hospitality suite to learn about being a church member or set an appointment to meet with one of our pastors
We believe every Christian should be a contributor not just a consumer. In fact, Christ models this in Mark 10:45 saying that He came “not to be served but to serve and give His life as a ransom for many." If you’re ready to join one of our awesome teams, we would love to have you. Let us know you are ready to serve. Contact us about serving.
We believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ has the power to change our homes, communities, and our world. We love having Gospel conversations and reaching our world through evangelism and missions. Everyone has a mission field. If God is calling you to missions, contact us.
We serve a generous God. Everything that we have belongs to Him and we want to be good stewards. We believe our attitude towards money and possessions matters. That’s why we want to be wise and generous with both.
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