Our Vision

To be a church where the unchurched and churched love to come.

Our Mission

Transformed Lives For Christ

Authentic Living

We want to enjoy life together as a Christian family. We want to be one community in Jesus Christ, joined together as brothers and sisters. We seek to develop friendships built on covenant love, mutual responsibility and faithfulness. (John 17:20-23; Rom. 12:3-5; Heb. 3:12-14; Phil. 2:3-5; Eph. 4:11-16; Col. 3:12-15).

Biblical Authority

We believe that the Bible is the holy, infallible Word of God. All scripture is God-breathed and meant for instruction, edification, exhortation, and application in our lives today. (Rom. 15:4; II Tim. 3:16-17; Matt. 7:24-27; Rom. 8:29; James 1:22)

Worship and Prayer

We want to be a church community that experiences and worships God with our whole being. We want the Lord Jesus at the center of our worship. We hunger for the fullness of the Spirit, His glory resting upon us, as we worship in both an intimate and inspiring way. (Phil. 3:3; Heb. 13:15; Ps. 63:1-5; Rom 12:1; I Peter 2:4; Eph. 2:19-22; I Cor 14:26)

Creative Spirit

We recognize the Holy Spirit as the giver of life and His anointing power as the source of true creativity, authentic innovation, and inspiring purpose. We encourage the cultivation of a spirit of excellence, pursuit of vision, and the creative potential of every believer.

Intimacy of Community

We are a family for individuals and a community of families. We are committed to the genuine care and personal growth which flourishes in the intimacy of a small group. This value is reflected in our preference for small group ministry and cell-based structure. We are committed to the nurturing potential of small-group ministry for reaching the lost, cultivating relationships, expressing gifts, stimulating spiritual growth, developing leaders, and experiencing life-change.

Servant Leadership

We want to equip Christians to “do the works of Christ”. We embrace the “show and tell” model of “on the job” training, in which inexperienced people are introduced to ministry jobs with support, teaching, encouragement, and correction by those who already have a fruitful ministry in the area. (Eph. 4:11-16; Matt. 28:18-20; II Tim. 2:2)

Genuine Relationships

Our church is a place where healthy and loving relationships are considered indispensable to spiritual formation and growth. Meeting people’s needs through strong life-sharing relationships will always be more important than maintaining programs.

Beauty in Diversity

We relate to each other as a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-gifted blend of God’s people whose focus is not on social standing, economic status, or race, but rather on the beauty of expressing God through a diverse body of believers.


We want to renew, refresh, and empower churches, both in the U.S. and abroad, by sending trained personnel on short-term and long-term ministry trips. We want to assist apostolic men in foreign countries in planting and developing churches there. (Luke 10:1-2; Mk. 16:15-18; Matt. 28:18-20; Rev. 5:9-10)