Who we are

We are a community of people following the way of Jesus as we live by faith, love through action, and live out the kingdom life Jesus calls us to.  

We gather on Sundays to respond to God's grace in our lives through praise and worship, studying His Word, celebrating the cross and encouraging and challenging each other as we continue this journey of faith together.

what we believe

1. The Bible

The Bible is God's word to us. It is God-breathed and useful for teaching, correcting, rebuking and training in righteousness.

(2 Timothy 3:16-17)

2. God

God is one but exists in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Each is eternal existent,

one in essence, possessing the same nature and attributes. They do, however, have different roles, functions and activities.

(Deuteronomy 6:4; Matthew 28:19)

3. Jesus

Jesus is fully God and without sin. When he died on the cross He died in the place of fallen humanity as their representative. He rose from the grave to give evidence of His

victory over sin and Satan and He is now at the Father's right hand as our Intercessor.

(John 1:1; 1 John 5:20; Luke 1:35; Matthew 1:20; 1

Peter 1:19-19; Romans 4:25)

4. The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit indwells every believer and is at work confirming his or her relationship with God, and giving power for victory over sin.

(John 14:16-18; 16:8-14; Ephesians 4:30; 5:8)

5. Sin and Salvation

Men and women were created in the image of God (Genesis 1:27) but because of human rebellion,  everyone is separated from God, sinful by nature and by practice, and is in need of the salvation provided by God in Jesus.

This salvation, a gift of God's grace, is received by simply believing in our hearts and confessing with our mouth that Jesus is Lord.  This makes the believer secure eternally.

(Romans 3:23; 1 Peter 1:5;

 Titus 3:5)

6. The Church

The Church is God's vehicle to bring the Good News of God's salvation to our world. It is comprised of all persons who have received God's free gift of salvation in Jesus. These persons are united together in true community, a unity based on common life in Christ. The purpose of the church is to glorify God on earth, work for the flourishing of all humanity, make disciples and provide an environment of spiritual growth for those who embrace the Christian faith.

(Matthew 28:19-20;

 Ephesians 1:22-3)

7. Church Ordinances

The church carries out two symbolic acts, which significantly reflect our Christian faith.

Baptism by immersion signifies a Christian's identification with Jesus in His death, burial and resurrection.

(Romans 6:1-4; Colossians 2:12)

Communion is carried out by a regular sharing of bread and grape juice, symbolic of salvation accomplished and made available

by Jesus' death.

(1 Corinthians 11:23-26)   

8. Jesus’ Return

When Jesus comes back, His coming will complete the Kingdom he brought with him as he renews all creation into the new heavens and earth. His promise to return is an incentive for holy

living and faithful service. (John 14:1-6; 1 Thessalonians 4:14-18; Acts 1:11)

our purpose

Our purpose is to live out the Great Commandment; Fulfill the Great Commission; and create Community in our local church and neighbourhoods.  


Jesus takes the entire Old Testament and sums it up in two commands; to love God with all we are, and to show that love for God through loving our neighbours and enemies. So as a church we spend time worshiping God together, praying, listening and learning from His word together to praise and honour Him.  We also personally and corporately serve our neighbourhoods and city to show the tangible love of Jesus through our lives. 


Since Jesus calls us to love God with all we are, we choose to live in obedience to His word.  Jesus commissions us to share the hope we have in Jesus with everyone as we go about our daily lives, so in obedience we speak about and live out the hope we have in Jesus.  As part of truly loving our neighbours we also want them to experience the joy, comfort and hope that comes with faith in Jesus, so we daily live out His great commission for our lives.


We practice the great commandment and live out the great commission in community, as Jesus calls us into community when we come to faith.  We are part of His kingdom and part of His family, so we're in this together. So we love our church community and disciple each other.  We love our local communities and love them in tangible ways as we disciple them about Jesus. Lastly we are part of a global community so we practice loving our global neighbours through sustainable initiatives, aid projects and relief efforts, while also sending missionaries to share the hope of Jesus with them.