We are Gospel-driven because we belong to Jesus Christ, our Savior and our hope, and we believe that the message of Jesus Christ alone
has the power to change and transform lives.
We are worship-centered because we believe that God created
and redeemed us for the very purpose of worship.
Personally, our bodies are to be living sacrifices unto God.
And corporately, we are to set aside every Sunday to gather together, giving to God the first-fruits of our praises and feasting on the riches of His grace.
The Holy Spirit indwells every believer and does the vital work of convicting us of sin and illuminating the glory and grace of Jesus Christ.
Under the ministry of the Holy Spirit, we grow in grace, bear fruit, and mature into faithful disciples of God’s Kingdom.
We constantly pray that the Holy Spirit will be living and active among us.
Our spiritual pilgrimage is to be traveled hand-in-hand with our fellow brothers and sisters. We grow and remain steadfast as we commit ourselves to one another through fellowship and prayer. Our community groups are where we experience the rich blessings of being a family in Christ.
It is our desire to join God's heart in His great plan of redemption throughout the world. We aim both locally and globally to share the gospel through word and deed and to build up churches.
We dedicate a substantial portion of our resources to see God's name glorified in our community and among the nations.
God’s covenant of grace was made with both believers and their children. We recognize the inclusion of all God’s people in the covenant assemblies of our spiritual forefathers. In addition, parents have been entrusted with the primary responsibility of transmitting the faith to their children. We therefore value and rejoice in multi-generational worship and ministry.
We are Reformed-minded because we are a part of that historic branch of the Christian church that follows the teachings of the Reformation.
We are committed to the principle of Scripture alone,
believing that the inspired Word of God is our only guide for faith and life.
We are committed to the principle of grace alone,
believing that our salvation comes from God alone through faith alone
because of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ alone.
We are also committed to be Presbyterian, believing that the church is to be led by a plurality of elders as taught in Scriptures.