What We Believe
God's words of love and reconciliation, equipping believers with direction in mission and spiritual food for each person's growth and maturity in Christian faith and practice.
The Lord’s Supper or Communion is celebrated in weekly worship. It is open to all at the invitation of Jesus Christ. The practice of Holy Communion has become the central element of worship within the Disciples tradition.
All Christians are called to be one in Christ and to seek opportunities for common witness and service.
Freedom of Belief
As Disciples, we are called together around two essentials of faith: a belief in Jesus Christ as savior of the world, and that Christians are free to follow their conscience guided by Bible study, the Holy Spirit and prayer.
We are a Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) congregation that welcomes persons of all gender expressions and sexual orientations to the table of Christ’s communion and to the full life and leadership of the Christian Church.
Ministry of Believers
All believers are called to minister to each other and the world. All of our congregation regardless of age or perceived abilities participate and lead in elements of worship and outreach.
Baptism is a public act by which believers proclaim God’s grace, as revealed in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, through the use of a visible sign of God’s gracious initiative and the human individual’s response in faith.