So deeply do we care for you that we are determined to share with you not only the gospel of God but also our own selves, because you have become very dear to us.” (1 Thessalonians 2:8)
An extraordinary Christian family joyfully loving, learning, serving.
To Worship We come together to be lifted up and transformed by the extraordinary presence of the divine. We offer a variety of services, rich in the traditional liturgy of the Episcopal Church, to serve the diversity of our church and community. We worship and glorify God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
To have Character We strive to live our values, even when no one is watching. It’s not easy, and we know we’ll make mistakes. Our goal is to embody the teachings of Christ so that we can proclaim the Gospel in our everyday living.
To Share It is not about us. We are working together for the greater good of our church family, our neighbors, and those we serve in the community. We put aside our needs, our possessiveness about the way things are done, and joyfully anticipate what the Holy Spirit will do within our midst.
To Grow We are accepting of others, respectful and open to differences. We are looking for growth on many levels — individually, as a family, spiritually, and intellectually.
To be Childlike Our campus is filled with the sounds of children, and we aspire to have the same energy, spontaneity, and curiosity as the young voices that fill our school and church. We, as children of God, know that we have much to learn from the Holy Spirit and from each other. We work to nurture, support, protect, and teach each other, whether adult or child.
To Laugh Because we are joyful Christians, you’ll hear us laugh and joke, enthusiastic about the work we get to do, happy to be together in the good times and even in the bad.
To be Known We invite you, listen to your needs, help you be nourished and grow. We have opportunities to get involved as fast or as slow, as little or as much as you want. We will meet you where you are. We each want to feel cared for, encouraged, and part of something bigger than ourselves. We want you to feel like you are supposed to be here.