We’re followers of Christ.
We are a group of people defined not by our accomplishments or by our failures, but by our Savior, Jesus Christ. In Him we find our identity and our life’s purpose. And because of Him we are enabled to live in pursuit of humility, kindness, and justice, and to honor Him by loving those we encounter.
We’re worshipers of Christ.
We meet together each week to profess together our love for God and to learn more about our Savior and how He’d have us live. We call this worship, and we’d love for you to be part of it. We worship together on Sunday, bookending the day with a morning and evening worship service. Worship isn’t a show, a ritual, or a performance. Worship is simply and beautifully our expression to God and anyone who cares to listen that we love Jesus Christ above all else and we want to be more like Him.
We’re servants of Christ.
Service is how we tangibly respond to God’s love for us. Jesus came into our world to serve us in the most tangible way possible: dying on the cross, which took away our sins and guaranteed us eternal life with Him. We want to respond to God’s love for us by serving others, and we want to do this in a tangible way. We want to be the “hands and feet of Christ” by serving others – in the congregation, in the community, and across the globe – in ways that are selfless and sacrificial.
We’re proclaimers of Christ.
We want our mountain community, our growing city, and our entire world to know about our Savior. So we proclaim the great story of Jesus Christ to everyone we can. We do this by interacting with those we encounter at work, in the neighborhood, and as opportunities arise. We also do this by partnering with other Christians who have dedicated their lives to doing this. We call these people missionaries, and we’re committed to praying for them and providing for them financially.