a safe place to Explore Faith, Live Past Labels, and Find Deep Rooted Community.
Discovering Our Call in Community
We all seek meaning and purpose in life. We believe God has called each of us accordingly to glorify and reflect our Creator as part of a greater community. Through the Church, our unique callings and identities are combined to do even greater things than any of us can imagine. This is wrapped up in Loving God with our whole heart, soul, and mind AND Loving our neighbor as ourself. Our vision is to discover our individual and communal callings, fulfilling these principles where we live, work, and play. Join us as we Discover Our Call in Community.
We believe everyone has a yearning and desire to love. We want to create spaces that allow people to explore and discuss how to love faithfully, modeled in the all-consuming love of God, Jesus, and Spirit. Our identity is wholeheartedly rooted in this image and seeks to explore faith in community by being intentional, rhythmic, and relational. Our church is a place to explore faith whether you believe in God all of the time, some of the time, or none the time.
Live Past Labels
We believe in embracing diversity and emptying ourselves of things that separate us. Jesus transcended ethnicity, race, culture, sexuality, gender, etc. Because of Jesus, we are no longer strangers and aliens, but citizens and members of the same household of God (Eph. 2:19). Our church is like an extended family. Through shared gatherings we step away from our rampant schedules and like-minded tribes into spaces of togetherness where we can learn how to embrace, appreciate, and deeply love one another like Jesus.
We believe all are called to join where God is already at work in our communities. Therefore, we seek to carefully and selflessly love those in our surrounding neighborhoods, communities, and world. Being present in our community is the first place to witness God’s gracious kingdom transforming the hurt we see around us. Envisioning ways to love our community calls us deeper into the garden of our own neighborhoods in order to be the Church.