Build the Kingdom, Not the Castle (Matt. 6:33)

Every church is like a castle in the Kingdom of God. But God didn't call us to build the best castle, He called us to build the Kingdom. We do this by cooperating with other churches to advance the gospel.

Worship All of God, All the Time (1 Thess. 5:16-18)

We serve a God who deserves more than one day of worship a week. We want to be a church that views all of life as a way to glorify God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

Put Compassion in Action (James 2:14-17)

We want to serve our city and the people in it with our hands, feet, and hearts. Whether that’s a city-wide project, serving a neighborhood, or adopting one child, we want to be Christ’s love in motion.

Live See-Through to Be Seen Through (Matt. 5:16-17)

We don't have it all together, so why fake it? Being transparent about our weakness takes the pressure of perfection off our shoulders and places it back on God. Now we can boast about God's greatness, not our greatness.

Be Truly Loving and Lovingly Truthful (Eph. 4:15)

Our culture says you can't be both truthful and loving; we say you can't separate the two. Love without truth is negligent. Truth without love is hurtful. But truth with love is satisfying and restorative.