As a body of believers, our priority is to live surrendered to the Gospel of Jesus, to worship God, to fellowship together, to grow daily in our faith, and to minister to each other and to our community and the world.
Worship is the believer's response of all that he is - mind, emotions, will, and body - to all that God is and says and does. It involves beholding God's glory in his Word, being transformed by his Spirit, radiating God's glory in our daily lives, and becoming more like Jesus Christ.
Fellowship refers to those things of which we partake together, share together and participate in together as Christians. Pastor Rick Warren describes fellowship as socializing together, studying God's Word together, serving together, and suffering together.
Ministry is service rendered to God or to people. This sacrificial service has as its goal the building up of individuals with a view toward corporate maturity in Christ. It includes words of encouragement, exhortation, or wise counsel. It involves giving to assist the material, emotional, and spiritual needs of others. It also includes the exercise of our spiritual gifts in service to the body.
Discipleship is the process by which we grow into fully devoted followers of Christ. Our goal is to be intimate with and obedient to Christ. The process of discipleship involves the ministry of teaching, training and equipping and sending of God's people.
Missions is the process of bringing people from spiritual death to spiritual life. It involves declaring God's truth (the sharing of the good news of the gospel) and displaying God's love to all.