We believe that spiritual growth and renewal takes place within the context of community. As we devote ourselves to one another with increasing vulnerability, the gospel frees us from hiding our faults, from living for ourselves, and from spiritual superficiality. We are finally free to struggle, to support each other as brothers and sisters, and to grow into the people God created us to be.
That’s why we have lots going on outside of our worship services. We offer all of these opportunities to further connect you to Christ, to one another, and to our neighborhood. You are welcome to join us at any of these.
“The question which has to be put to every local congregation is the question whether it is a credible sign of God’s reign in justice and mercy over the whole of life, whether it cares for its neighbors in a way which reflects and springs out of God’s care for them, whether its common life is recognizable as a foretaste of the blessing which God intends for the whole human family.” –Lesslie Newbigin