We value faith, family, and fellowship.


We value faith. Faith in Jesus is the foundation of our Christian walk and relationship with God (Eph. 2:8; Rom. 3:28; Luke 7:50, 18:42; Heb. 6:1). We believe faith in God is vital to a vibrant and impactful Christian life (Matt. 17:20, 14:31, 21:21–22; Mark 9:23; Luke 1:37, 18:27). Through biblical teaching, expositional preaching, prayer, and worship, we seek to strengthen and nurture the faith of our church family.


We value family. We believe the family is a biblical institution established by God (Gen. 1:27–28, 2:24) and is crucial for a healthy community. We seek to see families living in loving and committed marital relationships as husband and wife and raising their children well (Eph. 5:33, 6:4; Prov. 1:8–9). Jesus sees his disciples as his family (Mark 3:34–35; Rom. 8:29). Therefore, we are committed to one another as a family in Christ.


We value fellowship. We see the church as a community of people bonded and devoted together to live on a mission for Jesus (Acts 2:44–45; 1 Cor. 1:9–10; 1 John 1:3, 7). God calls his people to live in an interconnected community brought together to fulfill the Great Commission (1 Cor. 12:24–27; Rom. 12:3–8). Through church gatherings, small groups, and shared activities, we value our relationship as one body brought together in fellowship with Christ and one another.