Our service is best categorized as traditional (with an untraditional twist)—the pastors wear robes, the choir prepares an anthem, the hymns are traditional and found in beat up red books under the chairs in the sanctuary. We are not bound to the limits of tradition.
Our service seeks change—to challenge, comfort, equip and commission every person in the room to do Christianity. We gather to honor God, seek the Spirit’s guidance, and find the footsteps of Christ in our lives, and then we go. We are not bound to the walls of the sanctuary.
Our service is imperfect—we gather as people who are changing, growing, moving and living a life that is sometimes messy and sometimes calm, and most times in between. Folks come as they are to listen to where God is calling them. There are occasional errors in the bulletin, rabbit trails in the sermons, interesting rhythms in the music—and in this beautiful and chaotic brokenness, it is where we seek the divine. It is that which binds us together.