Because we wish to draw the disconnected together into genuine relationship with Christ and each other, we have broken down what every member of our Church family should do in order to fulfill our mission.
They come in our three fundamental GPS actions. We Gather, Prepare and Share both here at Church and there in our communities. We don’t want Christians to be busy going to a lot of events, but we do want to be intentionally fulfilling mission.
We Gather so that genuine relationship results between people and people and their God.
We Prepare in the Abundant Life that Jesus Christ has given to all.
We Share our time, resources and relationship to help others grow.
GPS here and there are our fundamental actions.
Below are the different ways our church family helps us Gather, Prepare, and Share both here and there.
Meet our Teachers
Through lecture and discussion matching each age range, every class strives to help us love Jesus more through the study of the Bible and theology.
Our worship services are aimed directly at drawing the disconnected together into genuine relationship with Christ and each other through singing, sermons, devotions, and prayer. Below are the happy faces of our worship leaders and those that will guide you closer to Christ in our worship service.
FELLOWSHIP and CONNECTION
Seeking to draw the disconnected together into a genuine relationship with Christ does not end with the main service. After worship service each week, we have a Time to Connect in the fellowship hall. Over coffee and snacks, we get to sit and discuss the week, the service, and life. We believe this to be a vital part to our Church life and invite you to join us.
Furthermore, we invite you to join us for potluck every fourth Sabbath of the month. If you want to bring food to share, we welcome you to do so or just join us in a large family meal.
Every year our pastor, Jonathon, runs a nine month Intensive Prepare Course that meets during the week. This is for 6-10 people who are eager and have the time to pursue the Abundant Life at a more rigorous level.
Meet Sharon and Greg. They run a program called SEEKERS for ages 5-12 once a month on Saturday afternoons from 1:00 to 2:30. Through games, stories and lessons they help the kids prepare.
This is Darlene and she provides the opportunity for our Church to share food and relationship with those who are hungry in our city. We partner with the Salvation Army and do Feed the Hungry on the 5th Sunday of months that have them.
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