Our mission is clear…
By the power of the Holy Spirit
We will worship God
We will share Christ
with our world.
A Worshipping Community
We will love God (Matthew 22:37-38).
Loving God is the greatest command. We will love God with all our hearts.
We will worship together. (Psalm 100:1-5; Hebrews 10:24-25)
All generations are welcome to our worship as we embrace a blend of worship style, inviting all generations to worship. We will worship with churches and organizations that share our Christian faith.
Scripture will direct us (2Timothy 3:16-17)
We seek to develop a vital and growing relationship with God through proclaiming and teaching God’s Word. Scripture is our authority, directing us in worship and life as individuals and as a community of faith.
Empowered by the Holy Spirit.
We know God is present in our fellowship and in our worship when we sense the enabling of His Spirit.
The Holy Spirit gives us the tools, the energy and the power to fulfill our mission. We will pray for the Holy Spirit to fill our lives and empower our ministries. Ephesians 3:20-21
To share Christ with everyone.
The glue that holds us together is the presence of Christ in our lives. We have believed in Jesus and we enjoy a wonderful relationship with him but this relationship is to be shared.
Loving each other is the basis of our relationships (Matthew 22:39).
This is the natural outflow of our love for God. We will seek to be as gracious with each other as God has been with us.
Loving God impassions us to love those who have yet to belong to the family of faith.
We will share Christ with Ingersoll and partner with those who do. Our focus extends from Ingersoll throughout the world (Matthew 28:19-20)
Our aim is discipleship.
We will seek to follow Christ’s example and develop a people who love God and each other and who reach out to reproduce Christ’s life in others. (Matthew 28:19-20).
Our style is varied.
We will share Christ through proclamation, Bible study, fellowship, social concern and will be open to creative ways to share Christ (1Corinthians 9:22)