Who We Are

Our Convictions

We hold fast to the essentials of evangelical doctrine—the triune God as the Creator and Sustainer of everyone and everything; Jesus as the fully-God and fully-man substitute who lived, died, rose, and ascended so that we might be reconciled to God; salvation by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone by the power of the Holy Spirit alone.

We are unapologetic about standing firm on the Bible as our ultimate source of Truth and the primary means by which we know God and His plan of redemption.

We practice two ordinances: believer's baptism and the Lord's Supper.

For more details, please read our statement of faith and check out the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches Articles of Faith & Practice.

Our Mission

We exist to develop biblically-grounded followers of Christ. That mission guides and permeates everything we do.

Our volunteers are organized into ministry teams which exist to help us carry out our mission.

Our ministry starts with our weekly gatherings and then is sent out from there. We are thankful to partner in missions with several great missionaries and ministries in our community, across the country, and around the world.

Church planting is in our DNA (we started as a church plant in 2012!) and we are committed to church planting as a key strategy for developing more biblically-grounded followers of Christ in central Kansas and beyond.

Our Vision

We summarize our vision for how to accomplish that mission with the three words bringbuildsend.

We seek to bring people to believe in Jesus and belong to one another.

We seek to build people in truth and for service.

We seek to send people out on mission in three ways: serving the body, making disciples, and loving your neighbors.

Our Gatherings

We gather each Sunday at 10:30am. Come anytime after 10:00am and we will have a friendly face and coffee to greet you!

Every time we gather we read Scripture together, we pray together, we sing together, and we study the Bible together through the expositional preaching of God's Word.

As a church, we are walking through a three-year Bible reading plan. Our normal pattern is for each Sunday's sermon to cover a text from the coming week's reading.

Our Philosophy

We believe that our job as church leaders is to "to equip the saints [that’s you!] for the work of ministry," (Ephesians 4:11–16). Our ministry philosophy hinges on this idea—that that we are all being equipped and built up to play an active part in carrying out the ministry of the church.

That means we want to make the most of our time together—to help each other connect with God, connect with others in meaningful relationships, and be equipped for ministry. And then we are intentional about keeping the calendar open because we want you to have the time and energy to do ministry in your daily life. We know that life is busy and schedules are full, so given the choice between attending an event at the church building or taking the evening to have a cookout with your neighbors, we would rather see you spend that time and energy being an ambassador for Christ in your neighborhood.

Our Leadership

We are an elder-led church, where a plurality of shepherds share the joy and burden of protecting, feeding, leading, and tending our sheep. We are served by deacons, who spot and meet tangible needs in the body, protect and promote church unity, and serve and support the ministry of the elders. And our ministry is organized by teams of great volunteers who help us fulfill our mission and vision.

Read more about our leadership here.

Our Affiliations

We gladly belong to the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches group of churches and partner with the Synergy Kansas church planting network.

Read more about our affiliations here.

Our Habits

Central to our life as a church is connecting with God both together and individually. Toward that end, we have several major spiritual disicplines—or habits—we pursue together: we have a church family Bible reading plan, we are working on memorizing Scripture together, prayer is a vital part of our ministry, faithfully and cheerfully giving back to God is an essential act of worship, we live out our faith together with a small group, we use our gifts to serve in the body and beyond, and we enjoy the discipline of feasting together!

Our History

We began as a church plant on Easter Sunday 2012. After six years of meeting in the local elementary school, we moved into our building at 613 N Adams in 2018.

Read more about our history here.


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Join us each Sunday

Fellowship | 10:00am

Gathering | 10:30am