We exist to bring glory to God by being a gospel-centered community that
shares Christ with others through our service, worship, connection, and
Christ came not to be served, but to serve. As He modeled this in everyday life, we understand that serving others is at the heart of the gospel. We seek out opportunities to serve others not that we would proclaim ourselves, but that Christ would be lifted up.
Worship is not a music style, it's a lifestyle. Gospel-centered worship is the giving of all that we are everyday to God's glory. We then come together regularly in corporate worship to share and praise God for all He has done and prepare for all we will continue to do.
Church is not a thing we do or a place we go to. Church is who we are. We can connect as the church anywhere and anytime as long two or more are gather for the glory of God. Connection can happen at the park, in a coffee shop, even in the living room or at the dinner table of a home.
Christ commanded us to make disciples, implying that there is intent and purpose involved. Gospel-centered discipleship is reliant upon people growing in their personal relationship with God and knowledge of God's Word, then helping others do the same.