To provide hope, healing and Christ to those most in need.
We welcome the least, the last, and the lost; we address their immediate needs; we build authentic relationships; and we share the Gospel so that total transformation can happen.
Statement of Faith
We believe that there is one true holy God who is Trinity, existing eternally as three equal and distinct persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Eternally existing, God continues, through his providence and power to care for and sustain His creation.
The Bible is the core truth of our ministry. We believe the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments to be infallible and inerrant truth given to man by God through His Holy Spirit.
Salvation is God's free gift, but we must first accept it. We believe God desires all to be in eternal fellowship with Him, therefore through faith in His saving grace we can repent and be reconciled to him forever.
We believe Jesus Christ came to Earth through the virgin birth as a man. He lived a perfect life, which he gave upon the Cross. Three days after his physical death, Jesus returned and ascended to sit at the right hand of the Father, promising to send the Holy Spirit and to return and fulfill God's eternal plan. Jesus is the only intercessor between man and God and therefore the only way to salvation.
Before leaving, Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to empower men and women to continue his work in the world. The Holy Spirit is our sole source of hope, strength, wisdom, and joy. He gifts us with the ability to love, serve, and build the Kingdom beyond our own ability.
The New Testament word for repentance means changing one’s mind so that one’s views, values, goals, and ways are changed and one’s whole life is lived differently. The change is radical, both inwardly and outwardly; mind and judgment, will and affections, behavior and life-style, motive and purposes, are all involved. Repenting means starting to live a new life. Turning away from ones sin and towards the grace of Jesus Christ.
We believe the purpose of baptism is to publicly declare oneself as a believer in Jesus Christ. It is ultimately an act of obedience as all are commanded; symbolizing spiritual cleansing as one chooses to accept God's forgiveness and rebirth as one joins in His resurrection.
To provide hope, direction and Christ to all who come for help. We do this through intentional relationship building, radical hospitality and loving accountability.