Our Mission

Our purpose as a church is to BUILD BRIDGES:
To connect with God and with others.
To connect others to God.

The simple fact of the matter is that we were designed to connect - to live life with relationships that are meaningful, deep and life-giving. The best way to learn how to live this way is to first of all connect with the One who created us with this deep desire. Connecting with God - living life in relationship with Him - allows us to understand His purpose for our lives and to live a life that is filled with meaning and purpose. Because He has created us for relationship, our connection with Him allows us to experience relationship with others in a meaningful way as well. It's an exciting journey!

What we Believe

We believe that the Bible is authoritative, credible and ultimately a trustworthy book.

We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in the Persons of the Holy Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

We believe in the virgin birth of Jesus, His deity, His sinless humanity and His perfect life. We also believe in the eternal all-sufficiency of His atoning death, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to the Father’s right hand, and His personal coming again at His second Advent.

Salvation is a free gift of God (grace) and we add nothing to His saving work except to receive with a heart of gratitude.

We affirm that the Holy Spirit disperses His gifts along with His presence to those who choose to follow Jesus. We believe that He empowers His people for service and to be witnesses through the Baptism in the Holy Spirit as described in ACTS 2.

We believe that the ‘next step’ for people who have chosen to follow Christ personally is to be baptized in water. Baptism is ultimately an act of public identification with Jesus - in His death and resurrection.

We believe in life beyond this world which is described in the Bible as paradise or heaven. We also believe in a place of eternal death described in the Bible as hell. The Bible teaches that we have ‘eternity in our hearts.’ Eternal life starts now, when the believer chooses to follow Christ personally.