“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love.” John 15:9

Loving Jesus is an essential part of our life. Jesus isn’t simply a historical figure worthy of admiration. He’s the Son of God and is worthy of all the love and adoration we can offer. We do this through Worship and Discipleship.



Some people experience God in contemplative, silent prayer; others in the rush of modern praise music. The Anglican/Episcopal tradition is a liturgical tradition. That tradition involves not only music and prayer, but the reading of God’s Word and the celebration of Holy Communion. It’s our desire to provide a worship experience that honors the work of Jesus and glorifies God. Our hope is that everyone will be energized and renewed by our worship together.


We believe it is our life’s work to become “mature in Christ”. This is a unique, personal journey for each of us and we want to support each person along this path. Our hope is to guide and strengthen our personal relationship with Jesus over time and to allow people the opportunity to share that relationship with others.