Relationships: The ministries of our church spring from God’s relationship with us and our relationships with others. We aim to be a community that deeply knows and cares for one another and embraces people of all ages, races, ethnicity, and languages.
Nurture: We seek to identify how God has gifted people, to mentor and empower them to use their gifts to strengthen our ministry, and to equip all of our members for leadership and service.
Reconciliation: We recognize that our relationships – with God, ourselves, our neighbors, and creation – are often broken as a result of sin. Life in
Christ involves the process of reconciliation – calling ourselves and others to repentance and healing in Christ’s name.
Neighborhood: We understand that we are a unique part of our 9th and 9th neighborhood and we are committed to the well-being of the local
community in which God has placed us.
Hospitality: A significant part of our past and present identity involves welcoming new-comers to Salt Lake City, the state of Utah, and the United
States as well as offering a home to believers no matter where they come from.
Commitment: Our response to God’s grace must grow into commitment to Jesus Christ and his church. We must therefore act as faithful stewards
of our lives and our world for Christ’s glory.