Who We Are
Our roots are in the Anabaptist experience of the Protestant Reformation. We teach peacemaking, believers baptism, and following the teachings of Jesus, our Savior and Lord. We value the community of faith as a central part of the Gospel.
Average Sunday attendance is about 70 adults and 25 children. We cultivate ministries of worship, nurture and outreach. Some of us come from Mennonite backgrounds, while others of us grew up in other Protestant, Roman Catholic, or Jewish religious traditions, or none at all. We are students, teachers, social workers, homemakers, missionaries, artists, construction workers, computer programmers, health-care workers, and other professionals. Our common faith in God through Jesus Christ binds us together.
As followers of Christ, our task is to open the door and accept, in love and humility, whomever the Spirit draws inside. And so we welcome people of any ethnicity, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status, physical or mental ability to join us on this journey drawing closer to God.