A United Church
We believe that God is pleased when we are unified as one church. He is glorified and the Holy Spirit is active and present when we come together as the body of Christ. Rather than talking about unity, we strive to live in unity in order to provide a visual example of Christian community.
Most initiatives to drive unity have been focused on relationships between local pastors. We believe our united church is taking root because friendships are growing, which leads to many joint activities and programs.
Unity requires humility, love, and forgiveness. We seek to create these through service projects, conferences, sports, and worship.
The congregations in our community worship together once a month. This began out of the desire to teach the local Christian body that the church is far bigger than individual buildings and denominations.