What is a Homegroup?
Our homegroups represent the
heart of our church. Following the model of the early church, our church
encourages our members to join a Homegroup where we enjoy good food, good
fellowship, and good friends. It's a discipleship environment where, within the
context of relationships, we grow in faith together. Look under the
"Homegroup" tab for more information on our Homegroups and what they're
What are your doctrines and beliefs?
is part of a broader association of churches committed to reaching the next generation called Great Commission Churches. As a movement of churches, we have a
commitment to some core beliefs and practices that unite us. You can find out
more specifically what we believe under our "About" tab.
Do you post teachings online?
We do post
our teachings. You can find them here under: "Archived Teachings"
What would be the best way for me to get more information
about your church?
Our website provides a lot of basic information, but we
would love to be able to personally meet with you to discuss any thoughts or
questions you might have. Feel free to contact Frank Liu, one of our pastors.
What if I have a problem with the church or specific
leaders in the church?
As a church, we understand that there will inevitably be
times when members come into conflict with one another or even with the
Pastors. If that situation comes up, our church recommends that you abide by
the process Jesus describes in the Bible (Matthew 18:15-17). In that passage,
Jesus encourages us to address that conflict by talking directly with the person
who has offended you. If there is not reconciliation, then bring an additional
trusted friend or two with you and try again. And, if that fails, then
addressing it directly with the "church" (which we would consider to
be the Pastors of the church as an initial step) for resolution.
Finally, if there is a situation where the Elders of the church are the ones in egregious sin and the process of Matthew 18 have been fulfilled, then Great Commission Churches offers an additional option of mediation, reconciliation, and restoration. If your situation has come to this point, please read: GCC Accountability.