We are unified in life and purpose as we seek to live out the way of Jesus in our city. Our identity is rooted in Christ, who gives life to those who respond in faith to his message. Against the cultural message of “find yourself,” we believe we are found by Christ, who transforms who we are and how we live.
We are created to live in relationship and harmony with one another, not to live life in isolation and pursue self-creation. Against the cultural message of individualism, we seek to grow in community by gathering together to eat, learn, strengthen, and be present with one another.
We are for our community flourishing in peace, justice and wholeness. This means that we should live self-sacrificially for the sake of others by giving our time and resources to meeting the needs of our city: feeding the hungry, standing with the marginalized, and ministering to the broken.
Life around The Table is different in that when we meet, we gather around tables to eat, worship, hear a teaching, and create space for meaningful conversations to happen about faith and life. We also create a lot of space for fun and laughter, as we believe joy is an element of life that is desperately needed.
• Every Sunday: we gather for a meal, worship, teaching, & discussion. We have nursery and children’s church available after brunch.
• Kingdom Courses: we host a group class on a midweek evening, typically for 8 weeks at a time.
• House Gatherings: we are currently growing our intentionally casual, relationship-driven gatherings on a monthly basis in different areas of the valley.
• Discipleship Groups: we are currently growing our smaller discipleship groups intended for study, accountability, and prayer.
For the time being, we won’t be meeting together at the High School for services. We are working toward a video sermon solution. Please visit our Facebook Page for more updates.
“Don’t worry about anything, but in everything, through prayer and petition with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” – Phil. 4:6