Our Mission is to act as God’s heart, hands and voice in our community, and as agents of reconciliation as we seek to live out our commitment to Jesus’ vision of God’s ever-expanding covenant of love to all tribes, all nations, all peoples.
Our Vision is to be a nurturing and welcoming spiritual home where:
Living Out the Vision: Practically speaking, our members are encouraged to “walk the talk.” We not only hear Jesus’ words, we strive to live them out through ministries integral to the life of the church.
What Does This Mean?
Our Emphasis is on partnership with Jesus Christ, and our challenge as followers of Jesus is to live our lives Christ’s way—believing in what Christ believed in, loving all whom Christ loved, opposing what Christ opposed. This leads us to declare our emphasis on:
Inquiring -- As members of the local and global community, we believe it is our responsibility to understand the complexity of the issues that shape our world today. It is through this understanding that we can best serve those organizations and communities in need.
Inclusiveness -- We see in the gospels a Jesus who was radically inclusive of society’s outcasts. We believe that every group of people belongs to God and that every person is God’s creation and, therefore, sacred.
Caring -- The result of this emphasis is reflected in the fact that, although we are not the largest Presbyterian church in terms of membership, we are actively involved in our community through helping provide a weekly free Saturday Community Breakfast, hosting free Tuesday night Read & Feed Dinners, hosting Celebrate Recovery, supporting Food Share and South Lincoln Resources Voucher Program, partnering with Seashore Family Literacy where possible, supporting the broader national and global PCUSA mission emphases, and developing a relationship with and helping support a missionary family in Cambodia.
We are a welcoming congregation where we encourage others to connect to God, self, each other, and the world.