Our Mission & Values

Living, sharing and teaching the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The centrality of Jesus Christ is the foundation of all that we do. In every aspect of our ministry, the focal point will always be the honor and glory of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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Christ Centered

We believe that Jesus Christ alone is Lord of all and the only way to salvation.

John 14:6
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Authority of Scripture

We believe that all Scripture is divinely inspired and serves as the final authority in all matters of belief and behavior.

2 Timothy 3:16
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We believe that all Christians are called to pursue a growing personal relationship with Christ and to become more Christ-like in their beliefs and conduct.

Ephesians 4:13
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We believe that God cares about the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of every person and that all Christians are called to minister to others.

Ephesians 2:10
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We believe that God instructs Christians to cultivate loving relationships as a covenant community of believers.

john 3:16; Thessalonians 2:13

Our Denomination

In Essentials Unity | In Non-Essentials Liberty | In All Things Charity

A Member of The Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC)

The following is from the EPC Denomination's website:

The EPC consists of more than 600 churches with approximately 145,000 members. We have a world missions program with a priority on sending missionaries to unreached people groups. We are eager to plant churches across the United States and especially in urban communities and college towns. Our desire is that every one of our congregations will be an outpost of the Kingdom, with every member viewing himself or herself as a missionary on a mission.

Our name describes us well. The EPC is both evangelical and Presbyterian. We are evangelical in our zeal for the gospel, as well as evangelism, missions, and living obediently as followers of Jesus. At the same time, we are rooted deeply in the Protestant Reformation and especially the theological and pastoral work of John Calvin. We embrace the Westminster Confession of Faith as our doctrinal standard, and the rule of spiritually mature elders linked together regionally as the best way to guide local congregations.

When the EPC started in 1981, we determined that we would not disagree on the basic essentials of the Christian faith, but on anything that was not essential—such as the issue of ordaining women as officers or practicing charismatic gifts—we would give each other liberty.

Above all, we committed ourselves to loving each other and not engaging in quarrels and strife. The result is that when we get together in our regional and national meetings, we spend most of our time in worship and fellowship and almost none in arguing with each other.