Commitment and perseverance. As the body of Christ, we have a commitment to the community through difficult times as well as good times.
Faith-filled, grateful attitude. In God’s economy, we have enough resources: enough finances, enough love and nurture, enough volunteers, enough time. Be grateful while also working to grow resources.
Every person in this fellowship is a minister. Every person has a gift and every person should be given an opportunity to give that gift. We are the body of Christ.
Spirituality and social justice are integrally interwoven. We believe and act on this as we emulate the life of Christ, interpret the Scriptures, and meet the spiritual needs of our community. We are unapologetic about being a Christian community that values spirituality; AND we are unapologetic about being a justice and peace community; AND we are unwavering that these are inextricably entwined, and even synergistic.