Key Result Areas and Long-Range Goals

The “key result areas” describe five essential dimensions of our life together as a church. For each of these dimensions we outline a “goal.” This goal represents a two- to three-year “mile-marker” on our longer journey towards our Guiding Vision.

Worship

Goal: To become a community in which central, pervasive worship draws us more strongly and more completely into relationship with each other and with God.

Fellowship

Goal: To become a community so suffused with Christ's love that strangers are welcomed, the barriers that separate us from others are overcome and those different from us become our friends.

Spiritual Growth and Education

Goal: To become a people who are reaching toward transformation, seeking together to build patterns of teaching, study, self-discipline and prayer that will allow us in God's grace to become more faithful as persons and more authentically a community of Christ's disciples.

Mission and Service

Goal: Remembering the emphasis Jesus placed on loving our neighbors, to become a community that wholeheartedly assists the poor, the downtrodden and the oppressed, and that resists with them the forces that entrap them.

Stewardship and Responsibility

Goal: As a community of faith and as individuals, to help each other become faithful and creative stewards of all that God has entrusted to us.

 

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