We exist to proclaim the excellencies of God and make disciples of Jesus Christ.
In obedience to the great commission, we proclaim the good news of what Jesus Christ has done for sinners. We live as a church on mission, engaging in and supporting the proclamation of the gospel near and far.
The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. We understand that worship is a response to revelation; for this reason, we emphasize the teaching and preaching of God's word in our gatherings, as we respond in song, in prayer, and in unconditional obedience to our God.
Having been freely justified through Jesus Christ, we have been granted confident and unhindered access to God through prayer. Though prayer is the least glamorous of ministries, and therefore easily neglected, it is our mightiest ally and greatest privilege. In light of this, we aim to devote ourselves to prayer as we “move men, through God, by prayer alone”.*
Jesus Christ has commanded his church to make disciples and to teach them to observe all that he commanded. Through robust study of the scriptures and one-on-one discipleship, we will pursue continued growth in holiness and Christlikeness.
As brothers and sisters in Christ, we strive to cultivate genuine Christian fellowship and to maintain unity as we greet, love, encourage, admonish, serve, comfort, and pray for one another - for the witness of the gospel and the glory of God.
The family is a primary concern in God’s redemptive plan. We believe the best way to redeem creational norms in households and to preserve the faith multi-generationally, is to integrate every member in the regular worship and service of the church. We disciple fathers to lead and mothers to help, as they fulfill their blessed duty to nurture, instruct, and guide their children in godliness.
*Hudson Taylor. Dr. & Mrs. Howard Taylor, Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret (GLH Publishing, 2018), 17.