Our Church

Our Name Says It All


Jesus Christ is the center of the gospel, the good news. He is the one through whom the power of God’s kingdom has entered history to renew lives, relationships, and the world. In the gospel, Christ gives us a radically new identity, freeing us from condemnation and self righteousness. He liberates us increasingly from the sin that once bound us, and makes us free to love and cherish all people with humility and patience.


We believe in the historic Biblical teachings summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms, and in connectedness with other like-minded churches; we are a part of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (ARP), a denomination of conservative, Christ-centered believers. For more information about the ARP, see www.arpchurch.org.


The church is a family: a community of redeemed sinners who care deeply about Jesus Christ and about one another. It is a refuge, a shelter amidst the storms of life, where people can feel welcome to come as they are, whether or not they are regular churchgoers. Here you can bring your questions and expect thoughtful, compassionate and straightforward answers. Here you can bring your joys and your burdens and find friends who will seek to understand, support and encourage you in your faith journey. Here you can walk with your brothers and sisters as the light and the salt of the World. Here you can find forgiveness and hope at the feet of Jesus.