01. Gather

gather regularly for worship with a local body of believers

Each week, we gather to (re)tell the Story of God’s redemption and restoration of all of creation through Christ to one another (Hebrews 10). We (re)tell that Story as we share stories of God’s activity in our lives over coffee, as we pray and sing, as we give toward the mission of God, as we experience the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper, as we study the Scriptures, and, ultimately, as we grapple with the implications of that Story for our lives beyond the gathering.

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02. Grow

regularly engage in faith disciplines

We were made for a vibrant relationship with God. It is only out of the depths of a rich and life-giving union with Christ that we can be salt and light to the world around us (John 15).

Faith Disciplines
03. Connect

cultivate life-giving relationships that are centered on Jesus to help one another become more like Christ

Whether it’s sharing meals together, playing games together, engaging the Scriptures together, participating in God’s mission together, or simply deep and life-giving friendships with each other, God uses our relationships to delight us, bless us, and shape us (Proverbs 27:17 + Acts 2:42-47).

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04. Give

begin or increase my practice of financial generosity for impact in God’s kingdom

Throughout the Scriptures, God’s people are always blessed with an end in mind: to be a blessing to others. Through our giving, we learn to trust God with the very resources He has entrusted to us.

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05. Serve

join a volunteer team

The local church is immensely better when we use our gifts, talents, and strengths for the common good of the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12). Serving on a volunteer team is a great way to not only offer your skills and talents to the church but to also build meaningful relationships.

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06. Witness

know and share the story of Jesus Christ in and through my own life

When the earliest disciples were asked to give an account for the hope they had, they didn’t merely offer an endless stream of memorized facts about Christ. Rather, they shared stories of the Jesus Christ they had heard with their own ears, seen with their own eyes, and touched with their own hands (Colossians 4:5-6 + 1 Peter 3:15). We all have a compelling story to tell. Curate and bear witness to the story of Christ in your own life.

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07. Impact

be good news to others through the use of my strengths, gifts, resources, and influence

Jesus calls his disciples to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. Salt acts as a preservative in creation while light illuminates the dark places in creation. Each of us has a unique role to play in preserving creation and illuminating the path to Christ. The place of our greatest impact lies somewhere between our deepest passions, our strengths and assets, and the most broken and darkened places of the world around us (Matthew 5:13-16).

Partner with our mission partners

As part of our Setting the Table initiative, we’ve committed as a church to taking “50K Next Steps” toward deeper community, formation, and mission. Set your next steps goal by prayerfully selecting 1-3 core steps from above for the upcoming year. Commit to your Next Steps goal here!

One Mission Joining God’s Work In The World

One Baptism TAKE A STEP TOWARD CHANGE

50K Next Steps Take The Next Step In Your Faith Journey With Us

Faith Disciplines take the next step to build your faith

Harbor Kids

birth through grade 5

HARBOR STUDENTS

grades 6 - 12