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  • God, the Creator, the Source of all Life, is continually at work in the world and in each and every human being — inviting us into relationship with God, each other and the created world.
     
  • Jesus Christ is  the Son of God, God made flesh, and the clearest revelation of the nature of God. Jesus came to earth to demonstrate how much God loves humanity and to show the world what radical, unconditional love looks like. 

 

  • The Spirit of God encourages, strengthens, challenges and sustains us. We believe that when two or more are gathered in God’s name, the Spirit is there.
     
  • Every human being has been given gifts by God and is unique and special — a child of God. We welcome all people regardless of their race, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationality or political affiliations. We value the gift of diversity.
     
  • Jesus was a servant leader. We believe that to be a committed follower of Jesus is to serve. This service takes on a variety of forms and changes to respond to the needs of our neighbors and the world.
     
  • We, as a covenant community, are responsible for our own faith. Faith needs a community to nurture its growth, and it doesn't hold still. Our faith has four sources of truth: Scripture, tradition, reason and experience -- and we work through issues of faith using all four.
  • The Bible is the inspired, or God-breathed, Word of God. It is  an inspirational book, the story of God's relationships with humanity, but reflecting our own human experience as well. 
     
  • Love is stronger than hate.
  • Evil exists in this world. However, we believe nothing, not even evil, can separate us from God’s love.
  • We are saved by the grace of God. This grace is a gift. We do not, and cannot, earn it. God’s grace is freely given to all.