• sunday

    We believe the Scriptures teach that once someone begins to follow Jesus, he or she is now a minister. Therefore, all of us have a responsibility to partner with one another, own the mission together, and discover how we can utilize our time, gifts, and resources to make the most significant impact possible.

    On Sundays, we have a variety of different ways for you to serve with us -- whether it's investing in babies, kids, or students in an age-specific environment, serving coffee and welcoming guests, directing traffic, running audio, video, or lights, etc. Based on your gifts, personality, and willingness, we want to find a place that best fits you and our mission.

    To fill our our Volunteer Interest Form (with no obligation), click here.

    For more information and understanding about different opportunities, click here.

  • locally

    What does God expect from us? What is God asking for, really? Jesus asked a great deal of those who fol-lowed him. He challenged them to embrace radically different standards, to love their neighbors and their ene-mies, to forgive those who wronged them, to lift up the poor and op-pressed, to share what they had with those who had little.

    We are carriers of the gospel – the good news that was meant to change the world. Jesus has called us to go out to proclaim the good news, and to be the good news.

    So what does God expect from us? He expects us “to act justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with our God” (Micah 6:8).alled us to go out to proclaim the good news, and to be the good news.

    We are learning what St. Francis of Assisi meant: “Preach at all times; if necessary, use words.”

    Click here to join us in local causes we believe in.

  • globally

    Jesus said he had come “to preach the good news to the poor, to pro-claim freedom for the prisoners… to release the oppressed” (Luke 4:14-21).

    We are learning that proclaim-ing the gospel means much more than evangelism in hopes that people will hear and respond to the good news of salvation by faith in Christ – that’s certainly part of it – but that it must include tangible compassion for the sick and the poor, and efforts to right wrongs in the name of justice.

    Love, when demonstrated to the world through acts of kindness, com-passion and justice is revolutionary; and when we become agents of it, we make credible the message of a Savior who transforms men, women and chil-dren for eternity!

    Click here to join us in global causes we believe in.