We aspire to be a GREAT Church with a G.R.E.A.T.T. vision: (John 14:12 )

I tell you the truth, anyone who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father.

  1. G rowing lifelong followers of Christ.
  2. R aising personal levels of involvement .
  3. E xtending grace to our community.
  4. A spiring to Christ-centred worship .
  5. T rusting God for a multi-racial congregation.
  6. T rusting God for a debt-free church.

Values of our church

A  GREAT Church Is Guided by G.R.E.A.T.T. Values:
(Psalms 119:151)

“Yet you are near, O lord, and all your commands are true.”

* 1. We will value the souls of the lost (Luke 19:10)
* 2. We will value personal integrity (Proverbs 10:9)
* 3. We will value corporate worship (Hebrews 10:25)
* 4. We will value the Word of God (Deuteronomy 6:6-9)
* 5. We will value the gifts of God’s people (Ephesians 4:11-13)
* 6. We will value wholesome fellowship (1 John 1:7)
* 7. We will value the family of God (Psalm 133:1)

Mission Statement

We are a Christian church that has been founded on biblical principles. The reason for our existence is to preach, live and share the good news of Jesus Christ, making disciples through our lifestyle of love, service and evangelism.

We will do this by:
B Building Committed, Confident Leaders
I Informing and Impacting our Youth
G Growing Healthy Churches

M Mobilising the Church for Ministry & Missions
O Offering hope to our Communities
V Valuing our women and our men
E Evangelising extensively

Our Focus

  1. To work towards the realisation of a church that is truly reflective of the community we serve; a truly multi-racial church that will reflect the kingdom of God
  2. To operate an effective evangelism programme to reach the community and that every member should see and grasp the urgency for personal and corporate evangelism.
  3. To identify key socio-economic needs of the community and be pro-active in developing programmes and plans to benefit old and young within the community that we serve.
  4. The Disability Discrimination Act (1995) makes it unlawful for service providers to treat disabled people less favourably than they would treat other people, for a reason related to their disability, when offering or providing goods, facilities or services. As a church we recognise that we are a service provider and will therefore make every effort to make our buildings and activities accessible to all.