Our worship is carried out within the context of giving acknowledgment and recognition to the place and importance of God in the universe and our lives. An action that is born out of a clear understanding and appreciation of our place, role, and function in the universe.
As social beings, we believe we are inherently wired by God to aspire for communal life. Our sincere desire to be with friends and family and to be engaged in communal activities underscores this aspiration for communal life.
We believe that we are called to be partners with God in the task of spreading the good news of salvation that fundamentally seeks to transform and restore human beings into His image. We understand this call implies a duty to make disciples who will relate to God, humanity and the rest of creation appropriately.
We believe we are partners with God in the social reconstruction of our world today. That partnership, we understand involves the restoration of human dignity and worth both at the spiritual and physical level.