Who We Are
We do what we do, because He did what He did.
Our identity is expressed through our rhythms. We believe these rhythms can be expressed throughout every-day life, whether we are in the workplace, on campus, in the local pubs and restaurants, or sitting around during our Missional Community gatherings or Sunday Night gathering. These are the very rhythms that were being expressed within the early church, and we aim to get back to the bare roots of Christianity and live as we were always called to live.
Our aim is not to add anything new to our lives, but to be intentional with what we already have.
We gather regularly in our homes and in the community as a means to find rest from the demands of everyday life. We find rest in spending time together as individuals who are seeking to learn more about the Gospel.
We prepare and share meals together, and we go out in the community to share a meal with one another. This breaking of bread keeps us aware of our dependency on God and reminds us that only He can sustain us.
We listen for God as we pray and share in God’s word and hear from one another as we are pursuing a deeper understanding of who God is in our lives.
We are constantly seeking different ways to be a blessing to one another and to others in our community, and we seek to serve one another daily as we have been served the fullness of Christ in the Gospel.
We regularly celebrate Jesus’ victory over sin, and how Jesus’ victory leads us to being redeemed and restored on a day-to-day, moment-by-moment, basis.
We are always pursuing what it means to take the Gospel out into the community to make disciples who will make disciples.