Faith Covenant Church exists to connect diverse people in compelling Christian community and to grow them into disciples of Jesus who reach our neighbors for Christ.

To accomplish our mission, we focus on four key elements:

Worship– Corporate worship is the foundation for the rest of our week and life together.

Connect– We seek to live as a church family. We eat together both in our building and at homes throughout the week. We participate in small group life, social gatherings, and more.

Grow– We believe we grow as we focus on the Word, close relationships, and continual learning.

Reach– We know we are growing in our walk with Jesus when we reach out to our neighbors with the love and good news of Jesus.

Values are the shared convictions that guide the actions and reveal the strengths of our church. It answers, “How do we behave?”
  1. Everything centered on God’s Word– We believe God’s Word is true and transformational.
  2. Everyone walking with Jesus- We love Jesus more than anything.
  3. Every member a minister– We are all “on Staff.”
  4. Every member a missionary– We are IN the community and FOR the community.
  5. Every meeting a prayer meeting– We believe in consciously depending on the Holy Spirit.
  6. Every generation connected- We love each other like family.
  7. Every treasure dedicated to God-We joyfully give our time, talents, and treasure for God’s glory and our neighbor’s good.
  8. Every nation hearing the Gospel-We are a local church with a global heart.

We are part of a network of churches called the Evangelical Covenant Church. We are Evangelical in the sense that we believe Jesus is Good News for all people. You can find out more about this network by perusing covchurch.org.

The Evangelical Covenant Church seeks to form and nurture communities that are deeply committed to Jesus Christ and passionately engage in Christ’s mission in the world.

Our essential beliefs are summed up in the Covenant Affirmations:
• We affirm the centrality of the word of God. The Bible is our standard and authority for all matters on faith and practice.
• We affirm the necessity of the new birth. We believe everyone is invited to have a living, vibrant, and personal relationship with Jesus.
• We affirm a commitment to the whole mission of the church. We believe in both sharing our faith with others and demonstrating our faith through love, good deeds, and social concern.
 We affirm the church as a fellowship of believers. At its core, the church is the family of God.
• We affirm a conscious dependence on the Holy Spirit. We strive to follow the Spirit’s leading in our lives and allow God’s Spirit to empower us to serve others.
• We affirm the reality of freedom in Christ. With the Bible as our basis, we allow much freedom and debate on issues that the church has historically disagreed on. We treat people who differ from us with kindness, understanding, and grace.

We also affirm the historic Apostles Creed and Nicene Creed.