Who We Are

We are a small congregation living a big mission. Our hallmarks: we are inclusive, active, and spirit-filled. 

We gather for engaging worship on Sunday mornings, where we recognize truths so real that our hearts bring tears, in equal part with laughter and the unexpected.  

But you’ll also find us around town, actively working to promote social justice, to build strong community, and to serve our brothers and sisters in Las Vegas and beyond.

What We Believe

We believe that God is unconditional and unlimited Love.

We believe that God’s grace comes first and that it is bigger than any wrongdoing we might commit.

We believe that God excludes no one; all are beloved children of God.  No exceptions.

We believe that Jesus, the Christ, “pitched his tent among us,” living alongside us and showing us how to live and how to love one another.  While we might have different understandings of exactly how Jesus is Savior and Lord, we agree he came to save us and to give us new life.

We believe that, in Christ, we can work toward the realization of God’s kingdom on earth.  Our primary goal is to love one another.  That means actively working to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, free the oppressed, and seek justice for all.  

We believe that, in Christ, we are family.  We care for each other even when we are not particularly lovable.  We’re there for each other when we grieve and when we celebrate.  

We believe that God’s Spirit is present in and among us, bringing grace and truth. We work to be attentive to that Spirit so that we may grow ever closer to God and do our part to bring about God’s kingdom on earth.

 While we are firmly planted in Christianity through the life, death, and resurrection of Christ, we understand that God is bigger than our particular traditions.  We seek ecumenical relationship with our brothers and sisters in Christ, regardless of denominational connection, and we seek interfaith relationship with our brothers and sisters of other faith traditions.  We believe that God wants us to respect and love one another in our great diversity and so we seek unity with God’s children everywhere.