We value excellence in simplicity.

We want our church to live simply in Christ’s commands to love God, love others and make disciples of all nations. We want to avoid a clutter of programs and activities that complicate the mission and overwork the faithful. We want to be committed to doing what is important and doing it with excellence.

The Supremacy of God

The Holy God, who is the Father, Son, and Spirit, created the universe and sovereignly rules over it with absolute goodness and righteousness. God is supreme and as a result our lives should be lived for Him. Personally, we worship God primarily through prayer, Bible study, and grace driven obedience in everyday living. As a church, we seek to glorify God together through corporate worship, building one another up in love, and sharing His salvation with a fallen world. Our greatest joy and satisfaction is found in Him.

The Centrality of the Gospel

We believe that people are born into sin and are therefore under the just condemnation of God. Therefore, central to our Christian faith is the good news that the Father gave to us His Son Jesus, who lived a sinless life, died a substitutionary death for sinners, and rose victoriously from the grave so that we might be reconciled to God. All who believe on Christ are born again of the Spirit and receive not only forgiveness for sins but also the perfect righteousness of Christ. We are saved by the message of the gospel, we live by the power of the gospel, and we love others by the proclamation of the gospel.

The Authority of God’s Word

The Word of God is His inerrant revelation to man. It is first and foremost God’s story of redeeming mankind and God is the central hero. It is totally sufficient for all that we need for life and godliness. It is our authoritative standard for all we think, say, and do. God’s Word always supersedes our ideas, thoughts, or opinions. Therefore, we are committed to proclaiming, teaching, and counseling nothing more and nothing less than the whole counsel of God.

Urgency of Global Gospel Missions

Because of Christ’s great commission to make disciples of all nations and God’s worthiness to be worshiped by all peoples, we desire every member to be an active participant in local and global missions. Wyatt participates in missions efforts that include sending, going and welcoming. We partner with faithful missionaries by assisting them on the field, supporting them financially, and praying for them regularly. In all our mission endeavors we seek to have long term positive effects. We want to be a congregation of missionaries engaged in reaching the lost through Christ-like love and clear proclamation of the gospel from our neighborhoods to the uttermost parts of the world.

Generosity with Our Lives and Possessions

The Body of Christ is to be characterized by self-giving love towards God, Christians, and unbelievers. The Father who gave His son, the Son who gave His life, and the Spirit who gives them glory provide our examples for generous living. Our enablement to live out joyful generosity comes from new life in Jesus and our empowerment from the indwelling Holy Spirit. God commands wise stewardship with our time, money, possessions, skills, and spiritual gifts in a way that trusts Him. God desires generosity with our lives and resources to the ends that we love God, love others, meet the needs of our church body, and advance His kingdom.

Accountability in Holy Living

We are made righteous in Christ at the moment of salvation. We are called to a process of sanctification. Sanctification is that process by which every Christian is to grow in Christ-like holy living. Holy living requires us to be a community of grace where we can be transparent and real about our struggles. We will also strive to be a people of truth who love one another enough to confront sin in each other’s lives and to help each other change.

Unity in Christ-Centered Community

We believe that God has brought together a diverse group of people for the health of the church and for His glory. Out of many cultural, ethnical, economical and generational backgrounds we are called to become one family in Christ. We will work diligently to maintain our unity with one another and to not allow these diversities to become divisive. When unity is shaken, we will seek restoration in a scriptural manner. We will address our issues by speaking to one another, not about one another. Regarding matters of the Gospel we require unity. Regarding non-essential matters we seek liberty. But in all matters we seek to love one another.