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Why are we A
 "Church Together"?

It's how God wants to live life with us...

More than anything, God wants to be involved in our life! Jesus came to dwell with us and He sent his Holy Spirit to be with us always. His promise is to walk together with us through this life. Our theology is not of a distant dictatorial God, but one who cares about everything we are involved in. The essence of any relationship is togetherness. It is the same with God. The incredible news of the gospel proclaims that, through Jesus, God is together with us!

It's Jesus' desire for His church...

God speaks of the blessings that come when His people are together. It is in the context of unity that He sends His presence and His provision. In what is regarded as one of Jesus' most significant prayers, He prayed that His church would be together as one. He promised that He would be present with us when two or more gather together. The very first church, when the church was arguably in its purest form, was so dynamic because it was together in one accord. Jesus longs that His church be together.

It describes the church's role in the community...

We are convinced that the only way to change the world is by working together. There is no one agency vibrant or big enough to do it alone. It is the expressed role of our church to partner together and serve with schools, authorities, citizens, community groups, other churches, and nonprofits to work together to make our community a better place. We are to be a life-giving hub in our city's ecosystem. We make lives and communities healthier by partnering together with them.

It reflects what we value most: Relationships

We believe that this world is ultimately all about how well we love and thus all about relationships. Together is the word that defines what occurs when relationships are working well. We want to invite those far from God, the hurting and the marginalized together. We want to let Jesus rub off on us. We want the lonely to come together so they aren't lonely any more. Healing and hope are best found in relationship together.

It fits who God has called us to be...

We exist to partner with Jesus to make a difference in this word. It's what we'll be doing until we go and see Him face to face. God has given our church some significant relationships to steward and use to unite.  We want to listen, connect, partner and bring people together. It's what we do among churches, leaders, schools, our city and among numerous groups. Togetherness is a vital part of God's plan to accomplish his great redemptive plan.