About us

Our Mission Statement

To know Jesus, share His love and lead others to Him.

Our Purpose

To grow an all-age, multicultural, non-denominational community who make disciples for Jesus.

We aim to achieve our purpose through:

WorshipLoving Jesus with all our hearts, thanking Him and praising Him with music and song, enjoying His presence.

FellowshipBelonging to the congregation family, caring for each other, enjoying each other's friendship and doing things together both in and out of church.
ServingShowing God's love to others by ministering to their needs and healing their hurts in the name and power of Jesus.

DiscipleshipHelping people become more like Jesus in their thoughts, feelings and actions; teaching them and helping them to spiritual maturity.

EvangelismIn outreach, sharing God's word with others, encouraging them to believe and follow Him.

We Believe in:

  • One sovereign God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit
  • The divine inspiration of Holy Scripture and its supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct
  • Jesus Christ is the divine Son of God – conceived of the Holy Spirit, became man, lived a sinless life, died on the cross for our sins, rose bodily from the dead, and is now exalted at the right hand of God.
  • The sinfulness of all human beings, and our individual need for salvation.
  • The loving grace of God, to be received through faith in Jesus.
  • The need for the Holy Spirit to bring us to repentance, faith and a new life, and to transform and empower us.
  • The universal Church, the body of Christ to which all true believers belong.
  • The call to all believers to live a holy life, in obedience to God.
  • The responsibility of the church to proclaim the Good News of Christ to a lost world, and to serve others in His name.
  • The return of Jesus, and an eternal life for all who belong to Him.


Our statement on baptism deals with these topics:

What is the meaning of baptism?
What baptism is not.
Why should I be baptised?
When should I get baptised?
Who should be baptised?

It also gives answers on practical matters relating to the occasion itself.

► See the full statement on baptism.