We gather together for the purpose of glorifying God. We give careful consideration to what we give attention to as we reflect on the priorities of the early Church in the book of Acts. We believe that if our hearts are centered on following Scripture with the purpose of glorifying God, our hearts will delight in the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace (Eph 4:3).
We are a culturally diverse group of Christ followers, but we are one body in Christ. We enjoy spending time together in Bible Study, Prayer, Worship, & Fellowship. Our relationship is much more than being a group that gathers together, but we are indeed brothers and sisters who have an earnest desire to cultivate deep friendships.
We are an Expository Preaching church. Our elders preach through books of the Bible verse by verse. We want to know what God has to say. A grammatical historical approach to exposition of the Scriptures allows us to know the original intent of each writer for his audience at that time, how it relates to the Gospel, and how it applies to us today.
Our approach to Sunday mornings is focused on making Prayer a priority. We set aside an hour each Sunday morning to approach the throne of grace. We understand that we need God’s wisdom to guide us as a church. We are encouraged as we pray with and for one another. Prayer is essential in keeping God before us and being unified in glorifying Him.
Our Worship is Christ-centered. We desire to give God worship that is focused on Him. Songs & hymns that are rich in doctrine & theology remind us of God’s attributes & His promises. We find that theology in hymn writers such as John Newton, William Cowper, & Bob Kauflin to name a few.