ABOUT US

Our theology is progressive and Jesus-oriented and rich with tradition.  We take the Bible seriously but not literally.  The preaching and teaching acknowledges that God is still speaking...and seeks to expand the conversation between God and God’s people. We strive to be an example of God's extravagant love through our lively and creative worship, music, and radical welcome.  We love God, and love our neighbors as ourselves through our caring, inclusive, supportive community.  Here committed Christians grow their faith while serving both the church and community.  While we are eclectic in our individual understandings of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and the Bible, we find both joy and challenge in our diversity and we practice respect for the many and varied ways in which God calls human beings and works within different lives.  Come "be the Church" and together we will take the church to the world!

We invite you to discover for yourself what makes this faith community both unique and special by participating with us in worship and fellowship!
May the God of love enfold you on your pilgrim journey.

 

OUR VISION

Welcome all, worship God, grow in faith and love, and speak for justice, peace and the environment

WHAT WE DO

We worship, serve, share and live life together so that God's love and justice will be made real.  

OUR COMMUNITY

We are a growing group representing all kinds of people - young and old, gay and straight, families and singles, conservative and liberal - that values music and being together, and food!

FIND YOUR FAITH

What do you need to be able to grow your faith and live your life's purpose? 

ABOUT US

A progressive Christian community that seeks to support the intentional development of a life that models the inclusive love, acceptance, and forgiveness offered by Jesus Christ.  

CONTACT US AT

413-527-1173

 

212 College Highway
Southampton, MA  01073

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