Core Values

We believe God’s will for humanity is revealed through Biblical Authority, that we disciple by creating Authentic Relationships, communicate the gospel as our Proactive Missions, that we have a Prayer Dependent Living all through a Christ-Centered Worship.

Bibilical Authority

We believe that the Bible is the complete revelation of God’s will for humanity. It is the sole and final authority for faith and for life. Thus, we value the teaching and preaching of God’s word accurately and in a culturally relevant manner. Furthermore, since it is the foundation of a God-honouring life, we value life transformation as people respond with their lives to the Word of God (2 Tim. 3:14-17; 2 Tim. 4:1-5; Jas 1:22-25).

Authentic relationships

We believe that life transformation and discipleship were intended by God to occur most effectively in the context of community. Thus, the experience of love, grace, forgiveness, belonging, discipline, and accountability (to name a few) occur as we choose to do life together. Therefore, our desire is to see all people relationally and intimately connected to a component of community life within the church (Heb. 10:24-25; Jas 5:13-16).

Proactive Missions

We believe that the church is God’s vehicle of communicating His Gospel to the world. As such, we believe that every follower of Jesus Christ must be an active and intentional testimony of His Gospel in order to impact the world in word and deed both locally and globally (Matt. 5:13-16; Matt. 28:18-20; Acts 1:8; James 1:27).

Prayer Dependent Living

We believe God invites us into new life with Him that is to be empowered by the Holy Spirit and enabled through consistent and faithful prayer. Our desire is to see prayer weaved into the very fabric of our lives and church community so that we might become a church that truly impacts homes, communities, and the world (Prov 15:29; Matt. 6:9-13; 1 John 5:14-15; Eph. 6:18-20).

Christ-centered Worship

We believe that the ultimate goal for every person is to give glory to God. As Christ is the perfect revelation of God, we desire to make Christ the focal point of our worship in all that we do – singing, preaching, teaching, family life, work, community, and culture. Our desire is to see every person offer a daily, sacrificial response with their lives first to Christ and subsequently, towards the world (Ps. 96:7-8; Matt. 22:37-39; Rom. 12:1-2; Acts 2:42-47).