We exist because of the good news of Jesus Christ.

We believe the good news of Jesus or “the gospel” is at the heart of the message of the Bible, and it is at the heart of who we are as God’s people. The gospel shapes every part of our lives and forms every dimension of who we are and what we do as a church.

In light of the gospel, we live for sake of Jesus Christ and desire to make Him known through heartfelt worship, disciple-making, missional living, and devoting ourselves to one another in community.

What is the Gospel?

The gospel is the incredible “good news” of what God has done by His grace on behalf of sinners—through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, He has defeated sin, death and hell and is making all things new, even us!

Heartfelt Worship

Worship is the only fitting response to the grace of God. We are always ready to respond with passionate praise and adoration of our God in spirit and truth. We worship regularly by gathering together for songs of praise, prayer, and studying God’s Word. We also worship by living life in a way that fills the earth with God’s praise, reflects His character, and displays His grace.


A disciple is a lifelong follower and learner of Jesus Christ, who is growing spiritually and becoming like the Jesus. We commit ourselves to growing as disciples together and to making disciples in Fort Payne and beyond. We share the gospel with those who do not yet follow Jesus and baptize those who do. We teach disciples the Word of Christ so that they would obey all Christ has commanded and to live for Him.

Missional Living

Missional living happens when church members are actively bringing their Christian example and faith into the lives of their neighbors, friends, colleagues, and community. We commit to making Jesus known by proclaiming His gospel and we commit to loving our neighbors, ministering in our community, and living gracious, attractive lives.

Devoted to Community

Community is the tangible togetherness of God’s people. In community we encounter Jesus Christ, not as a concept, but in a way that is real and experiential. In community, deep Christian love is not an idealistic theory but a reality. We are marked by our love for God and mutual love for one another.

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