We are a multi-generational, non-denominational church. People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome! Our Sunday morning services and smaller gatherings focus on developing a closer relationship with God, and deeper relationships with others. As a church, we endeavor to be a caring community of faith. We express caring as the real and selfless demonstration of God’s love toward our families, friends, community and world. We practice community by building committed, supportive, life-long, Christ-centered relationships with each other. We live out our faith through sincere praise and worship, Biblical teaching, faithful prayer and simple confidence that with God all things are possible.


  • Vision

    As a caring community of faith, we believe that God has called us to transform our mountain community through Jesus Christ. This means that life and ultimate reality is all about relationships. The front door of our church is personal connections, not programs. 

  • Mission

    Everything we do is driven by our three-fold mission statement: 

    connecting with God...

    connecting with people...

    and helping others connect with God.

  • Connections

    Great connections are not simply "plug 'n play" that risk becoming unplugged. Rather, we endeavor to fasten "turn by turn" strong, lasting, and transformative relationships with people and families in our community. This is what God has called us to do, as a caring community of faith.

What we Believe

  • About the Bible

    We believe the entire Bible, both Old and New Testament—is the inspired Word of God, and that ordinary men were moved by the Holy Spirit to write the very words of Scripture (2 Peter 1:21; 2 Tim 3:16). Therefore, we believe the Bible is without error and is our authoritative guidebook for life belief and practice (2 Timothy 2:15).

  • About God

    We believe in one God who is personal, relational, and knowable. He exists in three distinct persons of the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Each possesses equally all the attributes of Deity and characteristics of personality. God is the creator and originator of all things. He is eternal, without beginning or end. 

  • About jesus Christ

    We believe Jesus is the Son of God. He was and is fully God who became fully man in a miraculous virgin birth. He is Immanuel, God With Us. Thus, He is God's self-revelation who lived and taught among us. Jesus died for our sins, and rose again from the dead. Jesus Christ will come again someday to lead in the resurrection all those who have placed their faith in Him for salvation, and to fulfill His promise that we will be with Him forever (John 14). 

  • About the Holy Spirit

    We believe that when Jesus ascended to heaven, He left us a counselor and helper for our Christian life. The Holy Spirit brings our sinful nature to our minds and leads us towards repentance and life transformation. He guides, encourages, convicts, instructs and empowers us to live lives pleasing to God. It is clearly up to each individual to respond to that leading. 

  • About Humanity

    We believe that humanity was created in the image of God for relationship with Him. But that relationship was broken and severed by sinful disobedience. To understand our sinful nature, we realize that people are not intrinsically good, who sometimes do bad things. People are rather sinful and desperately wicked, who sometimes do good. Sin separates us from God. But Jesus in His perfect sacrifice for sin, took our penalty for sin upon Him as the way to bridge that broken relationship with God. Those who reject this sacrifice condemn themselves to eternal separation from God and everlasting punishment. 

  • About the Church

    We believe the church is the legacy of Jesus Christ. It is a missional community tasked as a continuance of His purposes (John 17). Thus, the church exists for mission—to transform people by connecting them to God and to one another. This is the Great Commission and the Great Commandment. The church is also referred to in Scripture as a body because each person participates and plays an individual and distinct role (1 Cor. 12:12-ff). Thus, people are the church, not the building. The church encourages believers to follow wholeheartedly the teachings of Scripture, to use the gifts God has given them to encourage each other, and to reach out to other people who do not yet know Christ personally as their Savior. We practice the ordinances of water baptism, communion, marriage, and child/infant dedication.