As His abiding & fruit-bearing people, 

we are given to:


We exist to worship God in spirit and in truth (John 4:23-24).  Our worship services are encounter-based, creative, passionate and dynamic experiences with Him and for His matchless glory.  In our individual lives, our ongoing spiritual act of worship is to offer ourselves to Him as living sacrifices (Romans 12:1).


God's Word

God's word (the Bible), is integral to everything we do, and all that we areWe are committed to preaching, teaching, learning, studying and reading the BibleOur ongoing experience with God, in His word, is that He uses His word to feed us, fill us, inspire us, train us, and equip us for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16-17).



Our greatest aspiration is to reflect and resemble Christ through lives of loveWe love one another (John 13:34-35, 1 John 4:12-13); we live with no debt outstanding except the continuing debt to love one another, and as we love one another we fulfill God's law (Romans 13:8).  In love, we are unified in doctrinal essentials and have liberty with non-essentials.



We live in the truth that Christ has already commissioned us in His great commission (Matthew 28:18-20).  Because of this, we realize Christ's Fellowship Church is not a club, but is instead, a missionWe are a missional peopleWe are all sent out to reach people who don't know God; to introduce them to Christ, and disciple themAs a missional people, we are always inviting others to our worship services, because within our worship services we are inviting people who don't know Christ to come to Christ in faithAs a missional people, we utilize Missional Life Groups (5-12 people gathered for discipleship and outreach) to build inroads for the gospel to be shared all throughout our spheres of influence.



We understand that nothing of Kingdom consequence happens apart from prayer.  We also understand that a central way we abide in Christ, is in prayer.   Prayer is not a mere religious formality, it is the life-breath of the believer; we do everything in prayer (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, Matthew 6:6, Mark 11:24).