Our Values


It’s all about Jesus

The gospel is the best news in all the world! It is the message of the Bible that God is rescuing sinners by His grace through faith in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Because we believe that the gospel has the power to form and shape every area of our lives, we intend to celebrate the gospel joyfully, dwell on it desperately, proclaim it faithfully, sing about it passionately, and share it with others unashamedly.

Relational Discipleship

We need each other

The Christian life was never meant to be experienced alone. God made us to be in a relationship with Him and with one another as a spiritual family. We believe that doing the Christian life together in community is essential for growing in spiritual maturity and helping others to follow Christ. In our homes, we believe parents are called by God to be the primary disciple-makers of their children, and we want to partner and serve families by coming alongside them to teach their children to love God and others.

Missional Living

We have a purpose

Every follower of Jesus Christ has been given a kingdom purpose in this world. God commissions us to live on mission with Jesus in the workplace, in our community, at the grocery store and everywhere in between. We believe that God wants to pursue others through us as we love and serve like Jesus. We want to do more than just invite people to a church service. Rather, we want to invite and equip the church to go into the world and make a difference for the sake of His Name.


We are a multiplying church

We believe that the multiplying of disciples through the multiplication of churches is God primary plan for reaching the unchurched with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. When this church was started in 2017, we hoped to not just start one church but to be a multiplying church, participating in the advancement of the Kingdom of God through disciple-making and church planting efforts-both locally and globally.


We are dependent on God

Just as Jesus did nothing of His own accord but rather relied completely on His Father, so must we. Our dependence and desperation for God to work in our lives, our corporate body, and our world is evident in our desire to be a church that is devoted to prayer. Whether it be praising Him for His many blessings, lamenting with Him through our sin and sufferings, or asking Him to accomplish His sovereign purposes, we want the glorious privilege of prayer to be the lifeblood of our church.