Our beliefs are deeply rooted in the Church’s earliest confessions. Within the open space of these confessions, we wrestle together with questions, and remain open to learning something new.
We’re happy to be part of a bigger family called the Church of God, headquartered in Anderson, Indiana. There are probably 15 or so different, distinct groups called “Church of God,” and we’re only connected to one of those.
The Church of God was part of a movement toward unity that developed after the Civil War, in a deeply divided nation. Motivated by Jesus, the founders of our movement crossed racial, denominational, and gender divides.
Read more about the movement here.