what we believe
"Your speech should always be filled with insight and covered with grace so that you may know how to respond to every person." -Colossians 4:6
“God has given us the grace to be an externally focused church. We believe in being a loving, passionate partner with our communities, city to inspire all of God's people through relationships."
“Through grace, it is the responsibility of the Church - not a building, but a symphony of Believers known as the Body of Christ, to serve, to partner, to support the community, city and all people, unconditionally distributing resource to meet needs and to assist others who do also.
We believe that true ministry extends far beyond the parameters of modern-day church function but ingratiates itself and inspires the every day life of all.”
“We believe that Jesus Christ is the Center of everything and all functions of ministry should be about Him, for Him and through Him. Through grace what defines us as true Christians are not labels but our faithful efforts to emulate Jesus’ love for people, affinity for humility, passion for servitude and Disciple-making, highly valuing the replication of that process in the personal lives of those who follow Him.”
“God has given every Christian the grace to exhibit the fullness of our faith on earth. We believe that every Christian sojourns in a faithful lifestyle of prayer, fasting, devotion, worship, servitude, giving, while striving to model righteousness, peace and contending for the faith. We believe that they are commitments, faithfully kept, inseparable and required in the life of every Christian Spirit-filled believer.”
“We believe in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, His disciples and the explicit authenticity of the Word of God written in the scriptures.”
–II Timothy 3:16
“We believe that there is a unique, fine balance between fundamental biblical traditions and the evolution of thought concerning those traditions. We believe in the sovereignty, leading of the Holy Ghost to take precedent over the immured and
non-biblical traditions of men.”