Being rooted in scripture and submitted to the Lordship of Christ, we desire to be sensitive to the prompting of the Holy Spirit, and expect Him to move supernaturally and sovereignly.
We believe in the friendship that Jesus modelled, friendship where we release one another to fulfil our destiny in God. We will pursue authentic honest relationships, both with fellow believers and with the community, which allow each of us to discover and explore God. We will love each other enough to be vulnerable, speaking the truth and growing even through conflict. We will pursue friendship before defining function.
MOBILIZING THE PRIESTHOOD
We believe that the body of Christ will only be built-up when each believer plays his or her part. We affirm that every believer, irrespective of age, culture or gender, has the ability, opportunity and responsibility to minister to God and to people, both in the church and in the community. We will encourage and equip believers to minister and create an enabling environment where all can participate in ministry out of their strong relationship with God.
REACHING OUT AND GUIDING
Evangelising, caring for and growing individuals in Christ as we reach into our community and the nations with the gospel and dynamic practical ministry.
COMMITTED TO TRANSPARENCY
We desire to be real, integrous and accountable in all we do, always holding to the truth of the Bible.
EMBRACING CREATIVE EXPRESSION
We believe that each of us is equipped by the Holy Spirit to express ourselves creatively in worship and in serving. We will celebrate the uniqueness and diversity of Christs body by creating space for innovation and creativity in our midst.
BEING A MULTI-CULTURAL, MULTI-LINGUAL AND MULTI-GENERATIONAL COMMUNITY
We believe that we are called to represent the diversity of God’s people within our local community. As such we seek to build a community that embraces the diversity of culture, language, economic class and age that is present in the community around us. We believe that as we embrace our Godly identity that we will find community with each other in our communion with Christ.