We value teams over individuals. We believe that the greatness of the gospel is displayed in the power of the team. Just as Christ chose people from different walks of life we believe that the work of God is best done together.  We are all members of one body and seek to accomplish God's plan together. 

1 Corinthians 12:1-31 

Ecclesiastes 3:9-12


We value people over programs. The church is only alive when it is living to reach new people for Christ. In the midst of an ever-changing world we are willing to adapt our practices and methods in order to reach the world with the gospel.  We do not change to be like the world, we change to effectively reach the world with the gospel. 

1 Corinthians 9:19-23


We value becoming over learning. Accepting Jesus Christ as our Savior is only the beginning of our faith journey. Discipleship is a process of becoming better follower of Christ. We believe that every believer is called to be a disciple and to make disciples. This desires not only fuels our sharing of the gospel but also informs everything we do as a church. Our discipleship process involves three areas- connecting, growing, and serving. 

Matthew 28:19-20


We value quality over quantity. We represent God in all that we do. So both as individuals and as a church, we desire to do our best for God and for people. We know we will not be able to do everything and we are ok with that. Excellence is going the extra mile on even the smallest journeys. 

Colossians 3:23-24

Ecclesiastes 9:10


We value making a difference over making money. God has made us stewards of people, time and resources. We desire to be good stewards of the people God sends to our church by valuing all generations and genders and by equipping our congregation to serve according to their unique SHAPE. We desire to good stewards of time by being timely and not overloading individuals with responsibility. We desire to be a good stewards of our resources by giving generously to the work of the church and our community. 

1 Peter 5:10


We value serving over being served. We will do our best to be constantly aware of and meet the needs of our community. When possible, we will support others that are doing work that we are not called to do. 

James 2:14-17