Our Vision and Purpose

Our vision is to see a strong Bible teaching and practicing Church in this community, to proclaim the glory of our great God, the whole council of His will as expressed in His Word, and in particular, the person and work of Jesus Christ in and through redemption, through systematic expository (verse by verse, chapter by chapter, book by book) teaching of His Word.

Our purpose is to bring glory and honor to God, to equip the believer, to deepen our strength in God’s Word, to promote Christian fellowship, to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the salvation of lost souls, and for the establishment of new independent churches to spread the Gospel and fulfill the Great Commission.

Our Values

Our values may be summed up in our Lord’s Day gatherings built on the four essentials given in Acts 2:42, "And they were continually devoting themselves to the apostles' teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer."

We are not a 'program driven' church but a Bible driven church and believe that the Bible is sufficient for all matters of faith and practice.

Our Goals

• To set aside the Lord’s Day as a day of worship, prayer, edification, and fellowship as a body of believers.

• To equip the saints for the ministry and work of service, for the building up of the body of Christ. (Eph 4:12). 

• To build up spiritually strong disciples within our church and community, promoting family unity.

• To encourage one another through exhortation, accountability, caring for each other’s needs, and bearing each others burdens (Col 3:12-13; 2 Tim 3:16-17).

• To visibly carry the standard of God’s Word to the community, zealously defend the faith and maintain pure doctrine and actively apply the Word of God to every area of life.

• To worship together as families, teaching and preaching the Word of God, and as God leads, provide training in various areas of topics.

• To incorporate individuals like singles and single-parent households so that they can be an integral part of the church family.

• To assist the household in the family rather than drain all of the resources from the household. Strong households create a strong church.