According to the Bible, our mission must be anchored in and fueled only by the gospel – which is the good news that in the person of Jesus Christ, God reached down to a sinful world by living the life we could not live, dying the death that was our death to die, and rising from the grave to new life... giving us hope, and confirming that His sacrifice was the perfect and final payment for our sin (Hebrews 9-10) and the assurance that we can stand faultless before God's throne (1 Corinthians 15). Therefore, our threefold response to this gospel is a life lived reaching up, reaching in, and reaching out.
UPreach: Since God has equipped us with heads, hearts, and hands, our worship services and community groups are geared to inform the mind intellectually, engage the soul emotionally, and bend the will volitionally (Isaiah 6:1-8).
INreach: We must continually seek to minister the gospel to one another inside our fellowship, trusting that God will see fit to “form Christ in us” as a result (Galatians 4:19).
OUTreach: It's our privilege and responsibility to intentionally minister to those outside our fellowship by faithfully proclaiming the Word (Jeremiah 23:28), as well as seeking the general peace and prosperity of our city and beyond (Jeremiah 29:7).