Every aspect of ministry at Faith Church flows from five values. These values rest at the core of our church, and we believe they are vital to following Jesus completely. They are essential commands that can be found in Jesus’ life on earth and in His instructions to those who follow Him.

Hands raised in loving worship

Love

Loving God is meant to be intense. In Mark 12, Jesus teaches us that we are to love God with all of our heart, all of our soul and all of our strength. This is why uninterrupted worship focused around the presence of God plays such an important role in the life of our church. We aim to love God wholeheartedly in every aspect of our lives and with every resource we’ve been given.
Women hanging out together

Connect

Loving people is not passive. We believe truly loving our neighbors means that we are willing to be actively involved in others’ lives (Luke 10:25-37). Actively loving people often requires a conscious effort to reach out to someone new, accept people in truth and love, and get involved in each other’s lives. We believe connecting with people takes work… but it’s worth it.
Girl sharing love with child - missions

Share

Sharing is a cultivated art, one that takes preparation and intentionality, and it’s more than just money. We believe we should be sharing the good news of Jesus and what He’s done in our lives (Mark 16:15) as well as our resources and giftings (Luke 6:38). If we are to be followers of Jesus, sharing is not optional. It’s expected. At Faith Church, supporting missions is in our DNA. We began supporting missionaries before we ever had a building in which to meet. Today, we share our resources with more than 50 different ministries around the world.
students and adults developing their faith in class

Develop

Saying “yes” to Jesus means agreeing to follow in His footsteps—to mature in the knowledge and principles of God; live full of the Spirit; and develop in His service. Everyone should be discipled (Matthew 28:19). Discipleship should never be one-sided. Jesus asked us to BE a disciple and to HAVE a disciple. This is one reason why Wednesday night services at Faith Church are entirely devoted to development and discipleship.
Grandfather and granddaughter honoring and loving each other - Faith Church

Honor

Every person is significant and everyone has value. We have each been made in the image of God, and Jesus himself, the most precious treasure of heaven, has paid the ransom price for us all. We believe every person has great, intrinsic value regardless of age, gender or race (1 Peter 2:17). We strive to minister with and to every age group and allow each age group to minister to those older or younger than themselves. Intergenerational ministry is the lens through which we develop our vision for spiritual and relational growth.

LOVE

Hands raised in loving worship

Love

Loving God is meant to be intense. In Mark 12, Jesus teaches us that we are to love God with all of our heart, all of our soul and all of our strength. This is why uninterrupted worship focused around the presence of God plays such an important role in the life of our church. We aim to love God wholeheartedly in every aspect of our lives and with every resource we’ve been given.

CONNECT

Women hanging out together

Connect

Loving people is not passive. We believe truly loving our neighbors means that we are willing to be actively involved in others’ lives (Luke 10:25-37). Actively loving people often requires a conscious effort to reach out to someone new, accept people in truth and love, and get involved in each other’s lives. We believe connecting with people takes work… but it’s worth it.

SHARE

Girl sharing love with child - missions

Share

Sharing is a cultivated art, one that takes preparation and intentionality, and it’s more than just money. We believe we should be sharing the good news of Jesus and what He’s done in our lives (Mark 16:15) as well as our resources and giftings (Luke 6:38). If we are to be followers of Jesus, sharing is not optional. It’s expected. At Faith Church, supporting missions is in our DNA. We began supporting missionaries before we ever had a building in which to meet. Today, we share our resources with more than 50 different ministries around the world.

DEVELOP

students and adults developing their faith in class

Develop

Saying “yes” to Jesus means agreeing to follow in His footsteps—to mature in the knowledge and principles of God; live full of the Spirit; and develop in His service. Everyone should be discipled (Matthew 28:19). Discipleship should never be one-sided. Jesus asked us to BE a disciple and to HAVE a disciple. This is one reason why Wednesday night services at Faith Church are entirely devoted to development and discipleship.

HONOR

Grandfather and granddaughter honoring and loving each other - Faith Church

Honor

Every person is significant and everyone has value. We have each been made in the image of God, and Jesus himself, the most precious treasure of heaven, has paid the ransom price for us all. We believe every person has great, intrinsic value regardless of age, gender or race (1 Peter 2:17). We strive to minister with and to every age group and allow each age group to minister to those older or younger than themselves. Intergenerational ministry is the lens through which we develop our vision for spiritual and relational growth.