In the first century, we read about a movement called “The Way” that began as the message of the Gospel went viral, with the disciples of Jesus spreading the good news of God’s kingdom throughout the Roman Empire. In obedience to Jesus’ final command to make disciples, the birthing of the early church led to people being added to and growing in the faith daily. The Gospel was alive, and its message being spread, all because a group of Jesus followers dared to live boldly in response to their convictions and beliefs.
Throughout the Book of Acts, we’re given glimpses into the daily lives of this early church. What we don’t see is a group of people coming together briefly once a week to sing a few songs and hear a quick message, before returning to their own busy lives. Instead, what we witness is a group of people who join together as one community, equipping and building each other up towards maturity in their faith.
Our vision is to become a modern embodiment of this early church described in Acts. As we gather together, we believe the ultimate purpose of the church is to equip and inspire believers to intentionally live each day according to Scripture, empowering each other to become fully devoted disciples of Christ.