We believe that the purpose for our existence as human beings is to bring glory to God and to learn to enjoy Him forever. Therefore, it is our heartfelt desire to challenge one another to find our complete satisfaction in the only One in whom it can be genuinely found: the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. A huge part in fulfilling this purpose is to grow together in our understanding and appreciation of the Gospel --- how it is vital not only for salvation, but also for living every day for the rest of our lives.

We would be delighted to have you join us for any Sunday Worship Service. In addition to ascribing to God His “worth-ship”, we believe as William Temple wrote that worship means:
…to quicken the conscience by the holiness of God
…to feed the mind with the truth of God
…to purge the imagination by the beauty of God
…to open up the heart to the love of God
…to devote the will to the purpose of God.

We desire to communicate who God is as clearly as possible, believing the best way to do that is by expository preaching. This basically means preaching through the books of the Bible one verse…one paragraph…one chapter at a time, keeping the overall message of the Bible and the context of the passage always in view. In this way, we can feast on God’s truth and grace to us in Christ through His written Word.

We also provide solid biblical teaching in Sunday School and other settings, using a variety of formats. Because the Scriptures are sufficient for all of faith and practice, and because the Holy Spirit attends God’s Word and works in believers through it, we take seriously the mandate to teach the Holy Scriptures and apply them to all of life.

As a local body of Christ, we desire to be mutually encouraged by one another’s faith in an intentional, grace centered, redemptive community.

Below are links to several documents that will help you better understand several aspects of what we at Evangelical Fellowship are all about…what we think is very important:

The Cambridge Declaration (from The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals)

Together for the Gospel --- Affirmations & Denials

The Therapeutic Gospel, by David Powlison*

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