Our mission is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with EVERYONE.
Our Approach to Sinners
Sinners who are not saved need to hear the Gospel and get saved by believing (trusting) on the Lord Jesus Christ, that His death on the cross paid our sin debt in full. Salvation is a free gift bestowed by God when we place our trust in the Lord Jesus.
We all sin and fall short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23). While born-again Christians are no longer slaves to sin, we still have our earthly bodies and have the capacity to sin. But when we do, the Holy Spirit rightly convicts us by pricking our conscience. As the Apostle Paul stated, “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.” (Phil 1:6).
Christians can have a besetting sin – one that they keep returning to even though they do their best to refrain from it. But our approach to such sin is simple — to love, encourage, and help believers to live their lives as Jesus taught us to live. The church is not a sanctuary for saints, it is a hospital for sinners.
Many people drop out of churches because of their besetting sin that they keep falling back into. We discourage people from taking an all-or-none approach to church attendance and worship. If you have a besetting sin, pray for guidance and strength to overcome it. We want you to know that we are here for you, and rather than criticizing, we want to be helpful. We want to love you.
Our Approach to Attendance
Everyone is welcome to attend our worship services and Bible studies. We do encourage everyone to demonstrate respect for the church grounds and the worship process. With that said, our worship services encourage all attending to praise and worship our Savior in a manner that is meaningful to them.