We value simplicity. Everything we do is rooted in our purpose to help people know God’s love, grow in God’s love, and show God’s love to the world. These values help shape who we are as we seek to be more and more like Jesus.
Charles Stanley describes worship as "all that we are responding to all that He is." We believe worship is demonstrated in multiple ways throughout the week, and we are convinced that intimate worship to an amazing God is commanded and beneficial to live life to the fullest.
God never intended for us to go through life alone. We believe we grow best when we grow with others. Living in community is not just something we talk about; it is something we believe in. Our Life Groups aren't just an added commodity at Impact Church, they ARE Impact Church.
Discipleship is simply following after Jesus with everything we have. It is growing spiritually to the point of living out our God-given purpose and potential. Discipleship is accomplished through various means, but the end result is always mature Christ followers who are passionately seeking after God. Our desire is to help mold people into disciples who help mold others into disciples. We aren’t as interested in the addition of disciples as we are in the multiplication of disciples.
Because one of God’s characteristics is to give generously, we feel compelled to do the same. It is our heart to always be mindful of the needs of others and to generously give of our time, money and skills when possible. We truly care about people, and one of the greatest ways to portray that love is through sincere generosity.
Our story of how God has changed us is worth sharing! We boldly tell people what God has done for us because we truly believe our story can, and will, help someone finally know God's love. What God did for and in us wasn't solely for us - He gave us a testimony to share with the world around us.
Here at Impact, we believe in the Next Generation. Everyone has a part to play in leading and shepherding or kids and teenagers. We want them to experience Jesus right where they are, understanding they have a unique and special purpose in this life. It really does take a village, and we commit to be that together!