Embraced by Grace

God has provided all we need for forgiveness, relationship, and hope with Him. Out of God’s desire for a loving relationship with us, He extends an invitation to respond to Him through faith, repentance, confession, and baptism (1 Corinthians 15:1-7). In the Bible, these four responses to the Gospel (or Good News) were usually done on the same day, even the same hour. God, by His grace, extends to us the offer of salvation through Jesus. Out of love, God graciously orchestrated these events to bring salvation to people.  When we respond to this Good News we find forgiveness and relationship with God. We look forward to connecting with you no matter where you’re at in your faith journey.

FOUR RESPONSES TO GOD

God has provided all we need for forgiveness, restored relationship and hope of eternity with Him. Out of His desire for a loving relationship with us, God extends an invitation to respond to Him by:

Faith: the belief in what Jesus did on the cross to rescue us
Repentance: acknowledging our personal sin and rebellion and our need for God
Confession: calling Jesus our Lord and Savior and is often done at our baptism
Baptism: being immersed in water. When we are baptized in the name of Jesus we are beginning a new life in Him.

If you have questions about faith, baptism, or are just looking to connect we’d love to meet with you!

Take Your Next Step: Learn About Baptism

Adults

Take the next step in your faith journey by learning about baptism. Baptism is one way in which we respond to the good news of Jesus where we find forgiveness and relationship with God.

Elementary

Learn what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ in a monthly We Believe class offered on the first Sunday. This class is for parents and their elementary-age kids.

Students

Every student has a God-given purpose and if you desire to take the next step in your faith journey we would love to connect with you. Baptism is one way in which we respond to help you live a life on mission.

Don’t you know that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life. Romans 6:3-4