We exist to glorify God by making disciples of Jesus who recover their lives, reimagine their purpose, and refresh their world.


Your kingdom come,

your will be done,

on earth as it is in heaven.


Matthew 6:10



We exist to Remember Christ and be regularly amazed by His grace. God's grace compels us to tell the story of Jesus to others and embrace everyone with his love. We cultivate grace through a culture of Story and a culture of Hospitality



We exist to Reimagine Church as one built and unified by love. Love frees us to be vulnerable: to know one another and be known in community. As God's family, we seek to grow in our character and knowledge of him. We cultivate love through a culture of Community and a culture of Spiritual Depth.



We exist to Renew the City by joining God in his renewal of our world. This means we care about the needs of the marginalized and oppressed while also engaging our jobs and hobbies with redemptive purpose. We cultivate renewal through a culture of Mercy and a culture of Craft. 


Our beliefs are not original. We are a non-denominational church, but we stand on the shoulders of our ancestors in the faith.



Christian Orthodoxy

With the Christian creeds, we believe in one God: Father, Son, and Spirit. Jesus Christ is God incarnate, conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. He lived a sinless life, was crucified, rose from the dead, ascended to heaven, and rules at the right hand of the Father. He will one day return to earth.

Scripture and Salvation

With Protestants, we believe that Scripture is the inspired Word of God. Following the key tenets of the Reformation, we believe that salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone, by Christ alone, to the glory of God alone.

God's Sovereignty

With the Reformed tradition, we affirm the utter sinfulness of humanity, God's sovereign and gracious choice in all matters of salvation, and the sufficiency of Christ's atoning death as the only Savior of the world.



With early Pietists, Puritans, and Wesleyans, we affirm both the need for the Holy Spirit's empowerment for mission and for a personal, experiential faith. The power of the Holy Spirit is undiminished since the first century; he continues to fill and strengthen the church today.

The Local Church

Jesus has given the church two sacraments as a witness to his death and as a way of remembering and experiencing that reality: baptism and Communion. They tangibly express the gospel and nourish believers spiritually.


With multiple streams of missional Christians, we believe that Christ will return to this planet to reign over a renewed heaven and earth. Heaven will come to earth. Because of this, we pray and live, "your kingdom come... on earth as it is in heaven."