Our Mission Statement
To know Jesus, share His love and lead others to Him.
To grow an all-age, multicultural, non-denominational community who make disciples for Jesus.
We aim to achieve our purpose through:
|Worship||Loving Jesus with all our hearts, thanking Him and praising Him with music and song, enjoying His presence.|
|Fellowship||Belonging to the congregation family, caring for each other, enjoying each other's friendship and doing things together both in and out of church.|
|Serving||Showing God's love to others by ministering to their needs and healing their hurts in the name and power of Jesus.|
|Discipleship||Helping people become more like Jesus in their thoughts, feelings and actions; teaching them and helping them to spiritual maturity.|
|Evangelism||In outreach, sharing God's word with others, encouraging them to believe and follow Him.|
We Believe in:
- One sovereign God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit
- The divine inspiration of Holy Scripture and its supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct
- Jesus Christ is the divine Son of God – conceived of the Holy Spirit, became man, lived a sinless life, died on the cross for our sins, rose bodily from the dead, and is now exalted at the right hand of God.
- The sinfulness of all human beings, and our individual need for salvation.
- The loving grace of God, to be received through faith in Jesus.
- The need for the Holy Spirit to bring us to repentance, faith and a new life, and to transform and empower us.
- The universal Church, the body of Christ to which all true believers belong.
- The call to all believers to live a holy life, in obedience to God.
- The responsibility of the church to proclaim the Good News of Christ to a lost world, and to serve others in His name.
- The return of Jesus, and an eternal life for all who belong to Him.
Our statement on baptism deals with these topics:
What is the meaning of baptism?
What baptism is not.
Why should I be baptised?
When should I get baptised?
Who should be baptised?
It also gives answers on practical matters relating to the occasion itself.
► See the full statement on baptism.