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The Christian faith often uses the terms “salvation” and “saved” to describe how an individual’s relationship with God can be established. Salvation happens by accepting God’s free gift of forgiveness and mercy through confessing their personal sins and believing in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.


Baptism is an outward expression of the internal change that takes place in the heart of a believer. It is a symbolic act to profess one’s salvation, and while we do not believe it is a requirement for salvation, it is commanded by God. Baptism is a celebration of a believer’s decision to trust Jesus as their Lord and Savior.


When you join a small group, you have the opportunity to build lasting relationships, study God’s word, pray for one another, and apply Biblical principles to the challenges we face in daily life. Groups meet on campus and in people’s homes, and we offer a variety of options for all stages of life and schedules.

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