As a Congregation, we exist to transform lives through God’s word into the likeness of Christ. This glorifies God and works to fulfill His great commission.


We help one another grow in the likeness of Christ through Worship, Fellowship, and Spiritual Growth so that people might be reached, loved, and discipled. Having been edified through His word, we are then mobilized in the service of God to do His work.


To honor Christ by loving, discipling, and serving according to God’s Word.


We love Jesus because He first loved us (1 John 4:19). His love allows us to love others even though they may not love us in return. Love is what defines us as Christians. Jesus said,

“I am giving you a new commandment, that you love one another; just as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all people will know that you are My disciples: if you have love for one another.”

John 13 : 34, 35 (NASB)


Secondly, every newborn baby must grow. Christians are no different. We are all either growing or declining. There isn’t a plateau or stagnant place in a Christian’s life. The only way we grow is through God’s Word:

And like newborn babies, long for the pure milk of the word, so that by it you may grow in respect to salvation,

1 Peter 2 : 2 (NASB)

The Bible also stresses that relationships with other believers are also important. Without them, we fall prey to the Devil. They help us to teach and encourage one another in the Word and help each other to grow. This is discipleship. The Bible says:

And let’s consider how to encourage one another in love and good deeds, not abandoning our own meeting together, as is the habit of some people, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near.

Hebrews 10 : 24 25 (NASB)


Once we are saved, we don’t sit around and twiddle our thumbs waiting for Christ to return! Jesus gave us a job to do! We are to tell others about Jesus and make disciples.

God has given us each spiritual gifts and talents that we need to discover and use for His glory. It does not matter how great or how small the gift. Every gift is diverse, significant, and important to the function of the church body.

But now God has arranged the parts, each one of them in the body, just as He desired. If they were all one part, where would the body be? But now there are many parts, but one body.

1 Corinthians 12 : 18 – 20 (NASB)

So, our gifts are to be used for Christ and His glory and encouraging other believers, not for our glory or benefit. Finally, we also do not serve in our own strength. It is Christ who ministers to others through us using our hands, feet and mouth.