In both large and small group contexts, we study the Old and New Testament Scriptures together that we may grow in our understanding of God and the nature of reality. Ultimately, we long to draw nearer to God, believing the things that Jesus believes, teaching the things that Jesus taught, and living faithful lives in service to Jesus.
In loving God with all our minds, we engage philosophy, apologetics, and other worldviews that we may discern truth and error, strengthen our faith, and become further equipped to love others well.
Through spiritual formation - such as prayer, confession, thanksgiving, retreat, musical worship, and community - we emphasize becoming more like Jesus.
We encourage and help one another in discipleship unto Jesus, that we may attend to God's desire for all Christians to engage in knowing Him and making Him known.
In loving others well, we use our talents and abilities to help others in need. This includes helping our church, other local churches, and para-church ministries minister to the needs of our community, digging water wells, participating in construction projects, and so on.
We invest in becoming better ambassadors for Jesus, sharing the greatness of forgiveness and redemption offered to everyone through Jesus locally and around the world.