MISSION & VISION
Our MISSION :: pointing our communities to Jesus Christ.
Our VISION :: To see the beauty, harmony and wholeness of God’s Kingdom reign in our lives and in our communities, as the Gospel radically orients us to Jesus and His mission of renewing the world.
Vision Expanded ::
Author and pastor, Andy Stanley, has described vision as a clear, mental picture of what could be, fueled by the conviction that it should be. This has driven us to dream and act upon the following picture...
We IMAGINE a community of people who are living honest, authentic lives, seeking to be Christ followers. We imagine a community where people wrestle and explore the deep truths of Christianity. We imagine a community that will encourage questions, believing God is big enough to handle our doubts. We imagine a community that recognizes its faults, but clings to the one, namely Jesus, who has rescued us. We imagine a community where people don’t just go to church, but they embrace the idea that they are the church. We imagine a community that is seeking the good of our workplaces, our neighborhoods, our city. We imagine a community that refuses to be a Christian sub-culture, but rather strives to be engaged in the redeeming of culture. We imagine a community where people identify and then use their gifts to further the mission of God. We imagine a community that connects daily with the God of the universe. We imagine a community that celebrates the grace that is theirs through the gift of Jesus. We imagine a community that is always progressing, growing and striving to live out their identities in Christ. We imagine a community that is not about religion but about the Gospel. We imagine a community of people who are tuned into their brokenness but are learning to celebrate the freedom they have found in Jesus. We imagine a community that seeks to bring the peace, wholeness and harmony God intends to families and relationships that have been broken, fractured and splintered. We imagine a community that submits to the Scriptures, believing them to be authoritative in our lives. We imagine a community that is expanding as God convicts people of their sin and they respond in repentance and faith in Jesus. We imagine a community so transformed by the Gospel that they can echo the Apostle Peter’s words, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.”
We imagine YOU journeying with this community and we PRAY that God gets HIS GLORY.