What we're about
We were created for the glory of God. (Isaiah 43:7) When we worship Him, we fulfil our purpose on this earth. Whether we use song, dance, words or any other creative impulse, our desire is as that of David, who longed to dwell in the very manifest presence of God all the days of his life and to stand in awe of His beauty.
We are the body of Christ, and each of us is a part of it. (1 Corinthians 12:27) As we join with other churches in the city as well as beyond its borders, we long to be brought to complete unity, even if we might not be in theological agreement, that we might let the world know how much God loves them, just as Jesus prayed. (John 17:23)
Intimacy with Jesus is what transforms religion into relationship, a worker into a lover, and Sunday Christianity into an everyday lifestyle of joy and hope. We long for our loving Father to continuously give us the Spirit of wisdom and revelation to know Him more. (Ephesians 1:17)
Our calling as followers of Jesus is to love God and love people. One aspect of that call is prayer—communion with Him as the Friend and Father who never fails. Another is intercession—bringing others before Him so they, too, can have a revelation of His goodness in every situation.