- The movement of our relationship to God – corporate worship and each believer’s life of devotion (Luke 10:27, Psalm 100).
- The movement of our relationship with other believers – fellowship, nurture, community, training in Christian discipleship (Hebrews 10:23-25, Luke 10:27, Galatians 6:2, II Timothy 2:2).
- The movement toward the world – outreach to unbelievers, mission to various human needs (II Corinthians 5:17-20, Luke 10:27-37, Matthew 28:18-20).
Each of these movements is significant and important to a well-balanced Christian life. Taken together, these movements define our ministry, in which our primary goal is to bring glory to God.
We believe that the work of the ministries which facilitate these three movements is primarily the responsibility of the laity. This is God’s plan (Ephesians 4:11,12). This type of service is the key to the healthy growth of the body and of the individual believer. The pastor’s primary call is to equip believers for such ministry