Our beginning . . . We began in 1980 when seven families set out to bring the Christian message to the community using a unique and relevant approach. Today we are a community of over 1300 members.

Our people . . . People matter to God and they matter to us. We offer to all people warm, loving friendship where relationships receive our priority attention.

Our passion . . . Our persistent zeal is motivated by our intense belief in Jesus Christ, in what He has done for us on the cross, and what He continues to do in and through us everyday. We refuse to think small or negatively about tomorrow. We continue to develop people spiritually and motivate them to fulfill their personal God given calling

We face the fact… None of us is perfect. It’s a fact.  We all have failed to live as God intends.   It’s called sin. Sin negatively affects each of us and our world.

We embrace the mystery… God is bigger than we can imagine. He is perfect, loving and forgiving. He does for us what we cannot do ourselves. Because of His great love for us, God has provided the way to forgive us and set us free from what we deserve because of our sin.  Jesus Christ is the way for everyone who believes in him to receive the gift of life that is fulfilling and forever.

We receive the Truth… Christianity receives and believes the truth about God and His plan for us in the Bible, God’s written Word.

We embark on a journey… With God’s help, we encourage each other along the way, reaching out to others with His love and compassion. We are ordinary people who have been equipped by God to do extraordinary things. He invites us, and you, to join Him on this incredible journey of faith.

Holy Communion…The Lord’s Supper is celebrated at Shepherd’s Gate on the first and third Sundays of the month. The Lord invites all baptized followers of Jesus who repent of their sin, believe that our Lord gives not only bread and wine but His very body and blood in the eating and drinking for the forgiveness of sins, and has received biblical instruction about Holy Communion, to participate.

 

 

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