Who We Are – Extravagantly Welcoming

We are a congregation that…

….welcomes extravagantly.

…is unapologetically progressive.

….seeks God’s justice in the world.

So what does that mean exactly?

First, we really do welcome all as fully part of the body of Christ: people who are sure of their faith and people who have lots of questions, members of the LGBT community and their allies, newcomers and old friends. All really does mean all. Often, that welcome also includes food and coffee.

We are progressive, too. We’re figuring out what faith looks like in the 21st century. We’re figuring out what question we can ask together. We’re listening for the ways God continues to speak.

And we’re seeking God’s justice. We’re worried about seeking the things God wants in the world right now and the things that Jesus was really clear about: feeding someone who is hungry, giving shelter to someone who needs it, loving our neighbors in real, tangible ways.

Come, check out who we are for yourself.



… a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world.

“We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. As part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord’s Table as God has welcomed us.” Disciples of Christ Statement of Identity


… one of 31 Regions in the United States and Canada

Regions exist to cultivate growth in congregations by demonstrating true community, deep Christian spirituality, and a passion for justice, as called for in Micah 6:8. Regions also educate and empower congregations to become healthy and vital living witnesses to the love, justice and grace of God through Jesus Christ, as is called for in Acts 2:43-47.


Disciples’ emergency response around the world. Click here to learn more.

Week of Compassion will be your hands and feet when you wish you could do something to help in times of crisis. Through WOC you were there after Katrina hit New Orleans, during recovery from the earthquake which devastated Haiti, and you are working right now in Japan’s recovery efforts and in Joplin, MO and other Midwestern sites ravaged by tornados.


LGBTQ+ Alliance (Alliance Q)

Chalice is an Open & Affirming Ministry where all persons are welcome regardless of sexual or gender identity. All are free to become as engaged in the ministries and activities of the church as they wish, and may seek leadership roles as they feel called. Click on the link above for more information on Open & Affirming Ministry.