We are a lively, traditional Christian church that loves to confess the risen Jesus as Lord of all. We are historically orthodox in our doctrine, traditional in our liturgy and worship, evangelical in our zeal for the proclamation of the Gospel, and desire to be a community that reflects the loving and self-giving life of our Triune God.
As people made in the image of God, we are created to worship and fellowship with God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Jesus is God become man. He came in order to restore his people to their own humanity in union with him, by the resurrecting power of the Holy Spirit. As we come into God’s presence with singing, praying together, hearing God’s word, and eating the Lord’s Supper, we are knit together with one another in love; and the image of God is reanimated, unbent, and remade in us.
Therefore, we love to worship together. We enjoy using a Covenant Renewal Liturgy that is both congregationally active and shaped by the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Also, we bring our children with us into worship, believing that because they were made to worship, they should be with us as we enter God’s presence. They are given to us as models for approaching God (Matt. 18:3), so adults need children to teach us as much as children need adults to guide them.