Mission & Doctrine

Our Mission Statement

A Family of Faith

We are individual people, each with unique talents and spiritual gifts, each with unique problems, brought together by a common belief in the sacrifice of God’s son, Jesus Christ, and the constant companionship of the Holy Spirit. We honor the greatest Commandment to worship God with all our heart, all of our mind and all of our strength.

Connecting People to Christ

Our church actively seeks out opportunities to learn more through Christian education, to do more through missions and ministry opportunities, to share more through outreach and to be more like the person God wants us to exemplify to the world.

And to Each Other

We believe that a relationship with Christ starts with our relationships with our fellow man. We are responsible for caring for our neighbors. We do that through giving of our time, talents and gifts in service to others. We try to show God’s love for man by our random acts of kindness.


The Doctrine That Guides Our Fellowship:

Believing that we have been called by God to gather this community of grace, we are members of this body of Christ by the bond of covenant–our solemn commitment to God and to one another. We walk together by faith in God, Creator of the universe and Lord of all people. The source of our faith flows from the recorded experience of God in the Hebrew and Christian scriptures, the evidence of God in nature, and the presence of God in human life.

Having experienced the wonder of Christian love, our faith in God proceeds from the confession of early Christians, “God is love.”(1 John 4:8) We believe that God was in Christ reconciling the world (2 Cor. 5:19), yet we set no limit on the reach of God’s love or the activity of God beyond the experience and faith of Christians. We are striving to live out the calling of Christ, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself’” (Mt 22:37-38).