Our vision hasn’t changed in over 20 years. It boils down to two commands:

“Love God. Love People.”

That’s it. It’s that simple.

When they asked Jesus “Who’s my neighbor?” He answered with the story of the Good Samaritan; his neighbor was the MOST UNLOVABLE person in that culture. The outcast. The misfit.

The “other.”

As a church, we define neighbor the same way.

While it may be easier to only spend time with people that are just like us, we are

committed to a beautiful experience of multi-cultural diversity where we intentionally “do life” with the “other.” 
The one that looks and believes differently. The one that may be from a different neighborhood, have a different lifestyle and even financial status.

We believe that because we are all created in God’s image, there is no longer “us” and “them.” There is only “we.”

We believe that we are all created by God with immeasurable value, are better when we are unified but not uniform, are desperately in need of a savior, and that we are all responsible to make a difference in the world around us.

We’d love for you to be a part of the story.