Who are we?
We are a baptized people (claimed and marked by God himself), desiring a home and family. We renounce the world, the flesh, and the devil and turn to God for forgiveness, acceptance, and redemption through the body and blood of Jesus.
We are a hungry people, desiring nourishment for the body, mind, and spirit. We feast on God’s word and at God’s table.
We are a generous people, desiring to share with others the welcome, acceptance, and rich feast we have enjoyed with God through Jesus. Having received the fullness of God’s grace, our cup overflows and sets us free to welcome and share with others the bounty that has been lavished on us.
We are a catholic people desiring to reflect in our worship our unity with Christ and with his one holy, catholic, and apostolic Church. Our worship reflects this unity by including the products of the early church councils in the creeds we confess and even our eucharistic prayers. The prayers themselves are traditional and creed-like confessions of our faith, which are formative as we hear them in worship and seek to embody them in our lives.