What to Expect On Your First Visit
Who We Are
It might be easier to explain who we aren’t.
Look around our church and you’ll see young families, retirees, college students, twenty-to-fifty-somethings, single and married.
We’re business professionals, teachers, househusbands and wives, construction workers, artists.
We’re city dwellers, country dwellers and suburbanites. Conservatives and liberals. Left and right brained. Clean-shaven and furry. (And many of us didn’t go to high school here.) In other words, we take the words “come as you are” quite seriously.
But you can be sure of one thing. We all want to know a living God and we all want to see Him work in our lives and the lives of those around us.
Some of us are at the beginning of the ride. Some of us let God’s power and guidance into our lives years ago. What ties us together is the hunger to learn, experience and grow together, regardless of where we are in life.
We share great stories of changed lives, changed marriages, and changed families. We encourage, support, pray, and care for each other, as different as we might be.
God doesn’t care who you are. He just cares that you’re here.
Same with us.