We preach repentance as a turning away from, and forsaking of the sinful lifestyle. We believe the scriptures teach that the evidence of salvation through faith in the sacrifice of Christ on the cross, and His shed blood, will be the passing away of the old lifestyle and the manifestation of a new creation. We believe the Word of God clearly reveals that at the time of salvation there will be a sanctification of the believer in Christ, as they become set apart for service to Him. There will also be an ongoing purifying work of the Lord in daily sanctification, as we mature in our walk with God.  We believe in the infilling of the Spirit of God, accompanied with power for service to God and man.

Our desire is to see those who attend worship, come to the true knowledge of God through a relationship with Jesus Christ. We do not want, nor believe in "hand-me-down" experiences with God; neither is our desire to pattern people after our individual convictions or doctrines. We believe that the common factor in the church that God would have us to be, is a foundational commitment to God through Jesus Christ, and the escort and power of the Spirit of God in pursuit of Father God. We believe that a lifestyle of holiness is needed for effective communication with our Father. Furthermore, we believe that as the Word of God states, "eye has not seen, nor ear heard, neither has it entered into the heart of man, what God has prepared for those who seek Him"; and it is that cry from the heart of God, that creates the hunger and thirst of our pursuit of Father God. In this light, we set ourselves to run after God, trusting Jesus and His righteousness, to lead us by the Holy Ghost, that we might exemplify the victorious life which we have inherited, through the victory of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

When you visit us, you will find an informal setting filled with a diverse group of people from every walk of life.  Our purpose is to meet with God and allow Him to lead us as we worship Him.  We are not a "programed" church.  There are great children's leaders teaching during morning worship, thus  affording the adults time to focus on meeting with God.