For 2000 years the central mission of the Church has been the proclamation of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Day by day, week by week, year by year, we gather together to worship him, to listen to his words, and to work to build his kingdom. That is what it means to be a Christian: to be an individual that worships Christ and seeks to follow him.
Since our cornerstone was laid in 1888, this has been a place dedicated to the worship of God in Jesus Christ. We are people of many different backgrounds and walks of life: different ethnicities, different incomes, different political views, and different sexual orientations, but what unites us is our love of Jesus and our desire to draw ever closer to God.
If you are exploring the Christian faith, we are here as a church to invite you to go deeper: find out how this ancient faith can transform the modern world around you and give life deeper meaning.
If you are a lifelong follower of Christ, we invite you to walk with us and work with us as we labor in God’s vineyard together.
Whether you are visiting us for just a few moments of prayer, or making our parish your spiritual home, we hope you know and feel that God is truly present here, and that this is a place where prayer is wont to be made.