As a church, we gather together in corporate worship and engage in relational discipleship through small groups. This is because we believe that making disciples is our preeminent task as a community of Christ followers. Biblically, the disciple making process happens in community. Ultimately, this process satisfies our need for belonging by engaging us in something bigger than ourselves.
We move to the needs of others in our faith community, city, and the world. This is because in Christ, God moved toward our greatest need. Jesus satisfied our need for forgiveness and reconciliation with God through his death, burial, and resurrection. Therefore, we are moved by his compassion to the needs of others.