meet jesus christ

The earliest creedal statement of the Church was a simple yet costly and profound one: Jesus is Lord!

This is the good news, that God's love is fully demonstrated for us in the person and work of Jesus.

Although he was humiliated on the cross, he died for our sins and conquered sin and the grave by being raised to life.

Jesus is Lord of the Church and Lord of the nations.  

He is the only Savior who saves us completely and the only Lord who loves us unconditionally.

We desire to know him, to be known by him, and to make him known.

We desire that our identity be shaped in Jesus and have him at the center of our lives, not just on our lips.

When Jesus is the center of our lives, we find our identity in him and we are made whole in his resurrection power.

When Jesus is the center of the church, we are welcomed as we are and yet transformed by his love as we follow him and submit to his lordship over all things.

We invite you to worship with us and to study the Scriptures with us as we all wrestle with questions and struggles.

We invite you to hear what Jesus says, to understand how he lived his life, and to seek him first as the true King.

Jesus' question and answers

Jesus asked his own disciples, "Who do the people say that I am?"  and then he asks them. "But what about you? ...

Who do you say that I am?"

We firmly believe that this is the ultimate question for each and every person.

Many people would agree that Jesus was one of the greatest teachers and moral examples but ignore his own teaching about himself.  

How did Jesus himself answer this greatest of questions?

Read the gospels and find out. 

Need some guidance based on the gospel records?

Take a look at this study outline by Dr. Roberta Hestenes to that end.