Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ who embrace Biblical truth, grow in Christian love, and share His Gospel.
The scriptures found in both the Old and New Testaments are the Word of God and the foundation for all teaching. We seek to understand the original meaning of God’s Word, the application of God’s Word today, and how to live God’s Word in joyful obedience throughout our lives.
Prayer is our response to God’s grace and is initiated and sustained through the Holy Spirit. Prayer in the name of Jesus Christ allows us to speak directly with God and marks our Christian life individually and together. Through spontaneous and intentional prayer, we glorify God by praising and honoring his name, confessing our sin, and interceding for the needs of others.
Worship in spirit and truth comes from people redeemed by Jesus Christ who are moved by the Holy Spirit to praise, honor, and glorify God. Worship is our expression of faith, devotion, gratitude, and commitment to God as we dedicate our entire lives to Him through Christ our Lord.
We are committed and devoted to sharing the life-changing message of salvation through Jesus Christ alone. We are built up and equipped for taking this message to our neighborhoods and the world as witnessed by our testimonies of how Christ’s love has changed our lives.
We seek to identify and nurture servant leaders who live in the likeness of Jesus Christ. These leaders serve in humility, are inspired by the Holy Spirit, and empower others while making scriptural based decisions.
We are a community of believers called to grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ and with each other in fellowship and love. Through the presence of the Holy Spirit, we will share our lives with each other as a Christ centered community across all generations. We will encourage and support each other to live like Christ in an ever-changing world.
Part of the ECO Family
We are part of ECO, a covenant order of evangelical Presbyterians, that formally had its beginnings in 2015.
You can learn more by visiting the following pages:
Egalitarian ministry and how we understand the role of genders in ministry.
Feel free to peruse the ECO website for additional information. If you have any questions, please contact us.