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A Place for Worship

We should be thankful because we have a kingdom that cannot be shaken. And because we are thankful, we should worship God in a way that will please Him. We should do this with reverence and Awe...

(Hebrews 12:28)

A Place for Learning

 As Christians, we are all called to master the essential tool of the Christian life—the Bible. Studying the Bible is vital because it guides us spiritually. It also instructs us intellectually. We believe the Bible and accept it as God's Word to us, alive and relevant to life today. Learning its truths is a thrilling adventure.

A Place for Friendship

We meet so that we keep encouraging each other. Meeting together is becoming more and more critical as we see the Day getting closer when Christ returns.

 (Hebrews 10:25)​


God's Word Is The Source Of Truth

Every Scripture passage is inspired by God. All of them are useful for teaching, pointing out errors, correcting people, and training them for a life that has God’s approval.  They equip us and provide a clear path for our lives.  (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

The Trinity

 The Bible teaches that there is only one God who exists in three distinct persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. This doctrine is called the Trinity.

(1 John 5:6-8) (John 15:26) 

Believe, Repent, And Baptism

We believe that God created man to have an intimate interaction with Him, but man’s wrongs separate him from God.  God loved the world this way: He gave his only Son so that everyone who believes in him will not die but will have eternal life. We believe that repentance from sin and belief in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior is the only way to be saved from eternal judgment.

(Romans 10: 9)     (Acts 2:38)

Disciples Making Disciples

"After Jesus rose from the grave, He left His followers with a simple command: 'Go into all the world and make disciples' ( Matthew 28:19).

The church should be known for this. If we are going to call ourselves followers of Jesus Christ, we should be making disciples."    - Francis Chan, Multiply