We are a loving-church since love is the greatest reflection of Christian faith and hope. We fellowship & partner together through the Lord’s Supper, baptism, church membership, home groups and using our spiritual gifts to serve and build each other up.


home groups

Home groups: We like to say that home groups are the backbone of the church. They meet 2-4 times a month in homes with Bible study, prayer and fellowship. Its where we practice the one another's of Scripture (be at peace with; love; serve; carry burdens of; forgiving; admonishing; praying for; and encouraging one another).

belonging to a body

We follow the New Testament practices of the two ordinances: baptism and the Lord's Supper. Though each of these practices is a grace given to build us up in our faith; we also believe they join us together as a body, a local church. Through both baptism and the Lord's Supper we remember and celebrate what God has done!

building up children & youth

Our children's ministry team teaches children (ages 1 to 12) a Bible lesson each week, The children also enjoy playing games, doing crafts, and sharing and praying together in age appropriate ways. Youth ministry (ages 13-18) meets on many Sunday's & for special events & summer camp.


Fellowship times are essential to growing in love for each other. In addition to our weekly Sunday refreshments time after service, we enjoy special gatherings for picnics & food trucks when the weather is nice and potlucks (sharing food in a church with 60-70 nations is great!), including a Christmas potluck.

friendship & serving together

Friendship & serving together are keys to enduring in our faith. In addition to home groups, we enjoy times where men and women gather separately for encouragement & deeper dives into relevant topics. We occasionally have men's and women's retreats to get away, draw closer to Jesus and form stronger friendships.