Here are some of our beliefs and values connected to our Sunday gathering:
Sundays are a time to bring your whole self.
God invites us to be honest about our lives and to bring who we are as much as we’re able. Feeling joyful? You’re welcome to dress up and wear a smile. Had a hard week? Then show up in sweats and with a somber face. Wherever you are – whoever you are – we hope you’ll come as you are.
Sundays are a time to engage the world.
Not only do we bring our whole selves to worship, but we do our best to engage the whole world. That means that our time together includes both celebration and lament. We hold up joy and call injustice out, and we do this through music, prayer, reflection, art, and Scripture.
Sundays are a time to connect.
Our weeks are busy and scattered, often leaving us feeling disconnected from each other. That makes our Sunday gathering a valuable weekly rhythm, meant to remind us that we do belong to something bigger than ourselves, and we are loved and known.
Sundays are meant to prepare us for every other day.
Our Sunday gatherings are not the end — they are a means to an end. They are a time for us to be encouraged, inspired, and equipped to live lives of love and grace every other moment of the week.