We value Genuineness – Above all, we seek to be genuine in our faith, our relationships, and in our response to God. We have a low tolerance for religion with all of it’s pretending and empty ritual. We want genuine relationship with God and with each other.
We value Being Outward – Our church doesn’t exist for ourselves, but for others. We want turn ourselves outward toward others and offer a compelling witness of Christ’s love to the world around us and to every single person that comes through our doors.
We value Relationship – We see relationship as the primary vehicle for all of God’s blessings and purposes in our lives. We want to know one another and live life together in authentic community. We want to relate with one another with kindness, friendliness, care-filled concern, and love. If you are a part of our church family, we care about you and we want to know you.
We value Process – We recognize that we’re all in process toward becoming all that God created us to be, and that none of us have arrived. So rather than passing judgment, we extend grace toward one another and allow each other the freedom to be in process. This means that we seek a friendly, open, casual, non-defensive, non-manipulative environment for growth in our weekend services.
We value Compassion – We want to have a heart of compassion and a hand of help to people that are struggling, whether with poverty, addiction, brokenness, mental illness, or any other struggle. We are a church that welcomes, accepts and helps people who are struggling.
We value Worship– Worship is the central act that acknowledges the truth of God’s goodness and grace to us. Worship expresses the loving embrace that is at the core of God’s re-engagement of our lives. We love to worship God through song and by the way we live our lives.