WHAT WE BELIEVE
Our faith is 2,000 years old, but our thinking is not.
We believe God is still speaking. We believe that we have the opportunity to improve and grow our ministry through a renewed commitment to transformation by applying timeless values to our modern context. We believe our faith endures because it is renewed – intellectually, emotionally and, at times, intuitively – through our church.
We do this through connecting the teachings of Jesus Christ to the lives of the marginalized: people challenged by war, political divisions, rising gas prices, income disparity, malnourishment, drug abuse, terror, distrust between countries and among neighbors, personal isolation, political incivility, home foreclosures, deadly weather, depression, sexual abuse, the decline of marriage and growth of single-parenthood and family.
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