Our Priorities & Purpose:


That we might be a God Glorifying, Christ Centered, Holy Spirit Inspired people; a people whose authentic faith is expressed in our 5 fold Purpose:



1. Worship

That we might be a God glorifying, Christ centered, Holy Ghost inspired people. Our desire is for every member of our Church to be a true worshiper, to cultivate a life style of worship. We recognize that worship is the first priority for any church that wants to experience breakthrough.


“And you must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all  your mind, and all your strength.”

(Mark 12:30NLT)



2. Outreach

That we might reach out beyond the four walls of  our meeting place into our community and reaching out to the lost with the love of God.

“The godly are like trees that bear life-giving fruit, and those who save lives are wise.” (Proverbs 11:30NLT)



3. Relationship

That we might develop meaningful, caring relationships. Caring, sharing and bearing up one another’s burdens and giving ourselves to hospitality.

“So it is with Christ’s body.  We are all parts of His one body, and each of us has different work to do.  And since we are all one body in Christ, we belong to each other, and each of us needs all the others.”

(Romans 12:5NLT)



4. Discipleship

That we might grow in our faith and become true disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ reproducing ourselves by discipling others.  

 “Let your roots grow down into Him and draw up nourishment from Him, so you will grow in faith, strong and vigorous in the truth you were taught.  Let your lives overflow with thanksgiving for all He has done.”

(Colossians 2:7NLT)



5. Serving

That we might discover our God given gifting and be released to function in that area thus fulfilling our God given calling.
 “Who is Apollos, and who is Paul, that we should be the case of such quarrels?  Why, we’re only servants.  Through us God caused you to believe.  Each of us did the work the Lord gave us.  My job was to plant the seed in your hearts, and Apollos watered it, but it was God, not we, who made it grow.”

(1 Corinthians 3:5-6NLT)