Our Values
& Beliefs

“That is why we labor and strive, because we have put our hope in the living God, who is the Savior of all people, and especially of those who believe.”
– Timothy 4:10

Our Vision

To share the good news of God’s love throughout our community.

To help others understand their purpose and value to the Kingdom of God.

To be the church where people are given second chances.

Our Mission

To develop and execute purpose-driven outreach and in-reach.

To care for the aged, the restoration of the fallen, and for personal empowerment.

To train and equip the next generation of leaders.

Our Core Values


We treat every person with fairness and respect.


We love others as we do ourselves.


We love others as we do ourselves.


We love others as we do ourselves.


We love others as we do ourselves.


We succeed by working together.


We give each person the opportunity to develop in their calling and gifting/talent and therefore fulfill their Divine destiny.


We assess each person not on status, race or ethnicity, rather on their ability to forgive.

We Believe…

The Bible to be the inspired, inerrant Word of God. (II Pet 1:20-21)

That the Old and New Testaments affirm the solemn fact that there is but one God, and that Old and New Testament theophanies were manifestations of that one God. (Deut 6:4; Isa 44:6; Mk 12:29; James 2:19)

That man who was created in the image of God, sinned vicariously in Adam and thereby incurred physical death and stand as a sinner before God in thought, Word and deed. (Rom 5:8-12, 19)

That Jesus was “God manifested in the flesh,” that He lived a sinless life, was crucified, resurrected and ascended into Heaven. (I Tim 3:16; Rom 6:9-11; Acts 1:9-11)

That the ‘Lord Jesus Christ died for our sins, according to the scriptures as our substitute and opened up the way of salvation. (Rom 5:8-11)

That salvation is available to all who repent, is baptized in His Name, and receive the Holy Ghost. (Acts 2:37-39)

That Holy living is possible through the sanctifying and enabling power of the Holy Ghost. (Heb 12:14; I Cor 6:11)

That Divine healing for the body is available through prayer and “the laying on of hands,” according to the scriptures. (James 5:14-15)

In the observance of the Lord’s Supper as prescribed in the scriptures. (I Cor 11:23)

That man determines his eternal destiny in either heaven or hell according to his acceptance or rejection of salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ. (Mk 16-16)

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