Empowering Church Leaders, Congregation and Communities to Thrive
"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you,
and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and
Samaria, and to the end of the earth." - Acts 1:8
Mission: To REVIVE lives through the power of the Word, Spirit, and
the mission of Jesus Christ in transforming the world in acts of
Justice, Compassion, Mercy, Peace, and Love.
Vision: To be a place where Discipleship, Fellowship, Relationships
and Stewardship are the key tenets of the church and is built on the
firm foundation of faith in God, inspired by the Holy Spirit and
empowered by the Incarnate power of Jesus Christ.
We are guided by the principles found in God's Holy Word:
Our Core Values: Reimaging a new church - God is always doing something new. We are
committed to creating a worship environment that embracing the new
things that God is doing in our midst (Rev 21:1). We are committed
to developing relationships and fellowship with one another, our
neighbors and God. We are committed to the movement of God taking us
to new levels in furthering the kingdom of God.
Equipping the Saints - We are committed to equipping the beloved of
God with necessary skills, training and guidance in ministry and
evangelism. We seek to create a learning environment that meets the
times in which we live. We seek to be the hand and feet of Christ
Jesus in a compassionate way in all those we encounter.
Visioning for the future that engage the whole of ministry - We seek
to move forward in a way that exemplify the greatest Love of God in
advancing the mission of Jesus.
Inspiring through the power of the Holy Spirit - We seek to guide
and direct disciples toward being dependence on the power of the
Victorious Living in Faith
- We are a people of faith and are
committed to strengthen our faith by studying the Word, and
spiritual disciplines such as confession, prayer, meditation,
preaching and worship.
Evangelizing and Ministering to the world - We are committed to
being obedience to the mandate of the great commission (Mark 16:15)
and Luke 4:18-19