We are a gathering of experienced people committed to learning, embracing, and sharing telling the story of Jesus - a story of love that is capable of changing lives and transforming the world. 
We experience that story in worship, in study, in service, in action, in music, in prayer, in relationships, in our neighborhoods, throughout our city, and all over God’s world. We hope that in coming together as a body of Christ we might be a small part of some incredible things God is doing right here, and right now.



Together we are a community of believers. What does that mean, the word community? We believe that together in fellowship we grow closer to God and one another. The bible speaks about iron sharpening iron. We believe that together we grow stronger. We are a community of believers. 


We strive to be a church without walls. Jesus calls for us to go outside the walls to reach the lost and the broken. It is there that the lost will be found. Most churches find it is comfortable to stay within the walls, but we make it an effort to be like the church from the book of Acts, to see our city changed.


We highly value our relationships with one another. We look to grow through fellowship, and ultimately growing closer to God. We value the word of God, and the leadership of the Holy Spirit. We look to extend grace to all of the lost and broken, and lead those with no hope to the hope of Jesus Christ.

Compassion Partners

(Missionaries & Missions)

There is a lot of need in our city, state, country and world, so there is lots of ways to serve our neighborhood and city.  Compassion Partners are organizations and individuals who are on the front lines in giving compassion and care as the hands and feet of Christ.  Currently we partner with; CityLinC, Haven of Rest, Charitable Union, Food Pantry (in the Falam Baptist Church at 20th & Territorial).  Through our “God Dollar” program (ask people to donate dollars with a letter “G” printed on the face of the dollar bill) we support National and International relief through One Great Hour of Sharing, and missionaries who are serving in various parts of the world.