To reach and develop a vibrant and growing family of believers, touching and impacting our neighbors with the love of Jesus.
The reason we meet is to draw closer to God and to worship in Spirit and Truth. We spend time in praise, thanksgiving and expressions of gratitude towards and for God and His goodness. In addition we spend time viewing what God has to say to us from His word, The Holy Bible. Jesus pointed out that Loving God was the greatest commandment. This is our aim, and we hit the mark in times of song and praise, as well as reading, understanding and availing ourselves to scripture, allowing the Holy Spirit to water and establish these truths into our lives.
Love – Mend – Train – Send
It’s our intention to meet people right where they’re at. Our connection with people is unconditional (“Love”) Loving them as Jesus does. Further we aim to make room for The Holy Spirit to lead, guide and prompt people into a place of healing (“Mend”) and wholeness as they continue to make room for God in their lives. As peoples relationship with The Lord continues, areas and abilities are highlighted (“Train”) and god created growth and readiness comes forth to be an active part of His goodness towards others. From this point Wonderful opportunites (“Send”) to step into action, lifting and loving others at their points of need.
We are living in a world that is in great need of light, love, direction and support. Jesus told us that part of the greatest commandment was to Love our neighbors. We do this in part by opening our doors to all sincere seekers of truth. Believing that The Holy Spirit of truth will prompt, compel and lead those who are genuinely seeking God. Additionally, we reach-out to our community on a very regular basis, in parks and on the streets. We provide hot meals, hats, gloves, socks, toiletries and the like. Also included is time in the Word, prayer, bible distribution. We also meet monthly and serve, testify and minister at our local Gospel mission.
We’re here to point sincere seekers of truth to God as revealed in His Word and in the person of Jesus, His Son. We ain to assist all genuine disciples to grow in relationship, knowledge and grace, with Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior, along with Holy Spirit power.
Our Pastor and Staff
Praise & Worship Pastor
Prayer & Healing Team, Pastoral Support
Intercession Leader, Pastoral Support
Lighthouse Counselor, Pastoral Support
We believe the Bible is the word of God. Immutable, steadfast, and unchangeable. God the author, written by men, inspired by The Holy Spirit. Further we believe that the Bible is a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our paths, used to guide and direct us as we walk, make choices and move through our lives. The Bible serves to quicken, correct and lead us into righteousness. (See 2 Timothy 3:16)
The Eternal Godhead; Father, Son and Holy Spirit
We believe in God the Father, who loved the world and gave His only begotten son Jesus, as the once and for all covering. Jesus, The Lamb of God, providing the (only) way back to the Father. Further, when a person accepts, believes and embraces Jesus as Lord and Savior, The Holy Spirit takes up residency within that person, leading, guiding and prompting into truth, light and life. God in three persons. All three operating separate, yet together as part of The Godhead.(Luke 3:21 -22 and John 14:6)
Salvation Through Grace
We believe that the salvation of sinners is only through grace, that it cannot be earned or merited. That it was secured through the cross of Christ at Calvary. And that a believer is one who recognizes that all have fallen short of the glory of God, and have sinned. That Jesus is the only way to come to the Father, confessing their need of Jesus and that Jesus lived, died and rose on third day. (Ephesians 2:8– 9)
The Baptism of The Holy Spirit
We believe that the baptism of The Holy Spirit is the promise to endue the believer with power from on high. Fostering the spirit of prayer, holiness and sobriety. Equipping individuals and the church towards soul winning, operating in the gifts and fruits of The Holy Spirit. Further to bring glory to God, point people to Jesus and encourage the activity of The Holy Spirit. All of this then, promoting the expansion of the kingdom of God. (Acts 1:8 and Mark 16: 15 -17)
We believe that water baptism, in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit is according to Jesus direction in scripture. This is an outward sign of an inward work. Further a declaration and identification of who a believer is identifies with Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. A symbol of dying to the flesh and human nature and resurrecting as a new born creation in Christ. (Mark 16:19 and 2nd Corinthians 5:17)
We believe that the regular participation and practice of partaking of the Lords supper is a clear directive from Jesus as found in scripture. As such we regularly observe and take the communion elements of cup and bread. This is done in remembrance of who Jesus is, what He has done and that He is returning for the bride of Christ. (Luke 22: 26–28)
Church and the Gathering of believers
We believe that regular and ongoing times with other believers is a directive from scripture and the Lord, and is what we practice. We accomplish this in weekend gatherings at our church campus and in homes. In addition small groups meet in coffee shops, the market place and anyplace else fitting to gather in Jesus name. We believe that we are to encourage one another, support each other, pray for one another, iron sharpening iron. We do not forsake the gathering of believers, but see it as a benefit, and all the more as times can be challenging. (Ps. 111:1 Heb. 10:24,25)
We believe that divine healing is a powerful extension of Gods love at peoples point of need. We pray and contend for healing in all of it forms, mind, body, soul and spirit. Further we believe that Jesus purchased healing and “By His stripes we are healed”. Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever, and as such we seek the power of His love to minister to people at their point of need. (Heb. 13:8 Mt. 8:17 James 5;14-16)