Love. Mend. Train. Release.
Our goal as a church is to cooperate with Jesus in serving people.
- We love people just as they are, even as God has loved us- leading them into relationship with Jesus Christ.
- We mend people, helping them discover the spiritual, emotional, relational, and physical health the Lord desires for them.
- We train people, helping them become all that God has designed them to be.
- We release people into effective, purposeful ministry in their homes, the church, the community, and our world.
We are Foursquare
As a part of the Foursquare Denomination, these four truths of Christ's identity create the foundation for our ministry.
- He is our Savior, the one who died in our place so we could be forgiven and live in relationship with the Father
- He is our Healer, the one who offers us wholeness physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually.
- He is our Baptizer in the Holy Spirit, the one who gives us the help, strength, and power to live up to our full potential as people and as servants of God.
- He is our King, the one who is worthy of all praise, and who will someday return in His full glory.
All of our core values are essential to effective ministry and are the assumptions upon which our ministry is built. These values apply from the most mature Christian to the youngest kid in our children's classrooms.
- The Bible is our guide for life and is our standard for faith and practice in all we do.
- Prayer is essential, both private and corporate.
- Leading people into a growing and dynamic relationship with Jesus is our primary assignment. It happens in our neighborhood and worldwide.
- Every Christian has a ministry and is called into fruitful service in their environment, as they are empowered by the Holy Spirit.
- Small groups are necessary for our growth. We need each other in order to become and accomplish all God intends for us.
- Worship is to be Jesus-centered, contemporary, understandable, and yielded to the Holy Spirit. Love the Lord with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength is why we exist.
What does the Bible say about women pastors?
Click on the button to see Foursquare's teaching on "Women in Ministry Leadership".
God's Vision For Women: A Day of Bible Learning and Discussion
Click the links below to listen to the five sessions from this workshop with Dr. Nijay Gupta of Portland Seminary.
Session One--Cut short due to an audio issue at time of recording!
The Silencing of the Ephesian Women: A sermon from Dr. Lee Schnabel
Click the link below to listen to Lee's message on women and what the Bible has to say about them serving.
Join us on Sundays for worship and the Word. We have two meeting rooms: Sanctuary and Prayer Room* (*service live-stream). You can also join via our YouTube channel.
Kids (1-year old to 5th grade) are invited to their own classes on Sundays. Middle and High School students meet in the Youth Building. The Youth also meet on Wednesday nights.
Handicap parking is available in the north parking lot.
The church office is open Tuesday-Thursday, 9 am-3 pm.