Not a club… a Community of Faith

We aim not to be simply a place of worship, or a place to study faith, or even a place to serve, but to be a community in which all the elements of faith are lived out fully. And part of building community is building real and authentic relationships with one another. Whether we’re spending time in worship or prayer, or lending a sympathetic ear, or grabbing a bite to eat or going out to see a movie, we are intent on building real relationships that will be a source of strength and comfort.

Hospitality has been an important Christian value from the very beginning. The command to welcome the stranger and the practice of Jesus in opening his ministry to all, especially those whom no one else welcomed, serve as our inspiration to do likewise.

In our community, we take hospitality and the importance of welcoming very seriously. We want everyone to feel welcomed in our community.

As part of our commitment to hospitality, we are committed to being an inclusive community where all are welcomed.

Everyone is welcome to join us for any or all of our activities–or to suggest new ones!