Join us for our Holy Week Services // Good Friday at 3:30pm and Easter Sunday at 7:30am





Jesus invites those who are weary and burdened to come to him and experience rest for our souls. The more we experience the presence, grace, and rest that Jesus invites us into, the more we want to invite others as well. One of the ways we share our faith is through sharing our very lives as hospitable people. We want to make room for those weary from the journey to experience rest, grace, and presence as we have experienced in Jesus. We long to see our church filled with people with and without church backgrounds, as well as people who have been wounded by and left the church. (Matt. 11:28-30, Matt. 28:19, Rom. 10:13-17)


As the author and perfecter of our faith, God is writing our story, he is the hero, and he calls us to join him in this epic, eternal adventure. God loves stories and only writes really good redemptive stories. We believe that our individual life stories are part of a much bigger story of how God is bringing us and the world to himself, through grace. That is actually the plot of the entire biblical story of redemption. We believe that we are always in process and somewhere in the middle of the story God is writing for our life. We’re curious – where have you been, where are you now and where is God leading you as he makes you more like himself? (Col. 1:20, Gen. 50:20, Rom. 8:28, Job)


For every follower of Jesus, discipleship is centered around falling more in love with Jesus. This is a journey from brokenness in our lives towards wholeness as we are continually made more like Christ. We also believe that discipleship is more than a bible study and a prayer, but should also include getting experientially equipped to use our gifts, talents, personality, and unique stories to see the gospel touch lives and transform our homes and communities. We seek to equip followers of Christ to be disciples and make disciples where we live, work, and play. (Eph.4:11-16, Matt. 28:16-20, Luke 6:43-45, 1 Thess. 2:8, 2 Tim. 2:4-7)

Justice & Mercy

The church is called to assist, empower, and include poor and marginalized people, as well as address whatever causes oppression. We believe that every person is created in the image of God, with inherent dignity. We also believe that everyone’s dignity is marred by the wounds and sin of this world, and that part of our journey towards redemption is being reminded of our dignity and growing to reflect God’s redeemed image more and more. We seek to engage everyone with dignity, compassion, and curiosity as we 'do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God.’ (Micah 6:8, Isa. 1:17, Gal. 2:10)


The church is called to be a place where radically diverse and different people come together and experience radical unity in Christ. That means the church is called to embody and practice reconciliation. We seek to be a church that is unified around the reconciling power of Christ and how it breaks down walls of division, so that people from all different races, cultures, backgrounds, political views, and levels of income can come together as a healthy and united family of God. (Eph. 2:11-22; Eph. 4:1-6, Rev. 7:9-10)