In obedience to our Lord’s command, we will make disciples of Jesus Christ who are: Exalting Him in worship, Edifying one another in love toward maturity, Exercising their gifts in fruit-bearing ministries, Evangelizing the lost world around us, all to the glory of God!
We believe the New Testament Church exists to glorify God by making and maturing disciples of King Jesus. We do this by demonstrating and declaring the Gospel to the lost, living in a Biblically faithful Gospel community, and reproducing ourselves through discipleship. Thus making disciples who make disciples, or making-disicple making disciples.
A Biblical Church is a group of Baptized believers who glorify God by being what the Gospel has made them to be and doing what the the Bible tells them to do.
- Expository Preaching.
- Authentic Christ-Centered Worship
- Vibrant Congregational Singing
- Meaningful Membership
- A culture of discipleship in Gospel community.
- Strategic Missions locally and globally.
In the New Testament, the local church has essential purposes. We call these our “ministry Essentials.” Those are to Exalt Jesus, Evangelize the Lost, Edifying and Equipping the saints, Exercising Spiritual Gifts and Engage in Mission
- Exalting Jesus in worship. Faithfully administering the ordinances of the church: Baptism and the Lord’s Supper (Matthew 28:19; I Corinthians 11).
- Evangelizing the lost in word and deed. Being obedient to the great commission and great commandment.
- Equipping and edifying the saints (Ephesians 4:11-12).
- Engaging in Mission. Mobilizing our members for effective ministry both locally and globally.
Displaying and Declaring the Gospel
If a vision statement is “where we’re going” there needs to be a practical strategy of “how do we get there” For us, that strategy is in summed up in four words: Gather, Grow, Serve, Go.
Gather in Worship, Grow in Classes and Groups, Serve in Teams, Go to our neighbors and the nations.