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In the classic children’s story, “Winnie-The-Pooh” we encounter the words, “Piglet noticed that even though he had a very small heart, it could hold a rather large amoung of gratitude.” Those words are very relevant for us as we reflect on God’s goodness, His mercy, and His blessings. We have a lot to be grateful for and our hearts can hold a rather large amount of gratitude. The Bible invites us to live a life of gratitude and it makes perfect sense to live such a life, because that is the best response we can give to all that God does for us. In this series we will take a look at what the Bible says about gratitude, and why it’s important.

VISION

To Help People Take Their Next Steps Toward Jesus

MISSION

To reach people from all walks of life with the love and grace of God in Christ Jesus

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Jesus came so that we can have life and life abundant. That’s worth celebrating. We celebrate what God is doing without worrying about being offended or being offensive. We express our celebration through praise, worship, hand clapping, through testimony, and sharing God’s word for edification.

We purpose to be a church where connectedness is highly prioritized through embracing all members of the body of Christ and acknowledging each individual as a necessary part. Where those within the body intentionally seek to connect with those who are not connected to Christ by loving and embracing people from all walks of life.

We purpose to be a church where people care for one another, treat each other with kindness and respect while helping those in need. Where compassion is evidenced by loving, serving, and providing for people facing challenges or in difficult situations.

We task ourselves with being a faith community where cultivation of individual and collective spiritual growth is the highest goal of all ministry and relational environments. Where spiritual maturity is inspired by the sound biblical teaching and intentional high level relational accountability.

celebrate-website-icon1

Jesus came so that we can have life and life abundant. That’s worth celebrating. We celebrate what God is doing without worrying about being offended or being offensive. We express our celebration through praise, worship, hand clapping, through testimony, and sharing God’s word for edification.

We purpose to be a church where connectedness is highly prioritized through embracing all members of the body of Christ and acknowledging each individual as a necessary part. Where those within the body intentionally seek to connect with those who are not connected to Christ by loving and embracing people from all walks of life.

We purpose to be a church where people care for one another, treat each other with kindness and respect while helping those in need. Where compassion is evidenced by loving, serving, and providing for people facing challenges or in difficult situations.

We task ourselves with being a faith community where cultivation of individual and collective spiritual growth is the highest goal of all ministry and relational environments. Where spiritual maturity is inspired by the sound biblical teaching and intentional high level relational accountability.

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