What We Believe

Our Mission

Love God, serve others, and share the good news of lives transformed by Jesus Christ. 

Our Vision

To be a thriving, multi-generational church, rebuilt in Wakefield center, which proclaims the Kingship of Jesus, develops authentic disciples, and works to bless our community while encouraging church revitalization throughout Middlesex County. 

Our Invitation

Come as you are and be transformed by Christ’s love. 

Our Values

WE ARE GOSPEL-CENTERED. 
Everything we do centers around the gospel ("good news") of Jesus' life, death, resurrection, reign, and rule.

 

WE LIVE DEPENDENTLY. 
We are needy people, utterly dependent upon God's word and the indwelling power and presence of His Spirit.

 

WE CARE FOR ONE ANOTHER.
As the body of Christ, we are called to love and serve one another where we come alongside the hurting and dejected. 

 

WE SPEAK TRUTH IN LOVE.
We pursue unity, maturity, and purity by speaking the truth in love and boldly proclaiming the truth of the gospel.

 

WE FIGHT FOR JOY.
We seek to rejoice in suffering, life, and worship.

 

WE SEEK DEPTH.
We strive to move beyond the superficial, seeking depth in our communion with Christ, relationships, theology, worship, maturity, and cultural engagement.

Baptism

Baptism is a huge milestone in a believer's life as it signifies allegiance to Christ. Jesus commanded us to proclaim his Word and baptize believers in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We uphold believer's baptism for those who desire to follow Christ and are mature enough to understand the gospel truths of Christ's life, death, and resurrection. (Acts 2:38)

Communion

The Lord’s Supper, or Holy Communion, commemorates the sacrifice of our Lord. The bread and cup that symbolize the broken body and shed blood offered by Christ remind us today of God’s great love for us–just as they did for the disciples 2,000 years ago on the eve of the crucifixion. (1 Cor. 11:23-26).