The Christian life never makes sense in isolation. We were created in the image of the Triune God who exists in community.
As followers of Jesus, we choose to do the hard work of dwelling together in groups, on Sundays, and as family (Acts 2:42-47; Rom. 12:9-18).
We meet weekly in homes to share a meal, pray together, discuss how God is moving in our lives, and engage in the practices together.
We gather weekly in the sanctuary to sing together, learn from the Scriptures, serve one another, and make space for God’s grace.
We are a community of spiritual fathers, mothers, brothers, and sisters. We grow together toward growth and maturity. Like a healthy family, we honor those ahead of us and are hospitable to those behind us.