What we do and how we do it
Our mission is to help people find and follow Jesus.
We are continually
GOING to the people of our world,
INVITING them into welcoming communities and
LEADING them in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
We accomplish our mission by creating environments where people are encouraged and equipped to pursue friendship with God, community with believers, and influence with others.
Our vision is to multiply Christ-followers, leaders, small groups and churches throughout the south Puget Sound region and beyond.
We choose simplicity over complexity in our life together. We ask each one to commit to just four priorities: weekly participation in worship and a Life Group, personal investment in a place of ministry, and personal participation in advancing the mission of Life Pointe in our community and our world.
We prioritize the cultivation of loving, life-giving personal relationships among Christ-followers.
We intentionally invest in relationships with people outside the church, and we are always creating welcoming environments where they are included, accepted, and exposed to God's love, expressed through his people.
We choose to excel in the grace of giving. We give generously of our time, abilities and finances to honor God, to support our leaders and their families, to share with others in need, and to fulfill the mission God has given us as a church.
We believe that small groups are the optimal environment for sustained life change. For that reason, we encourage everyone to become part of a Life Group where they will experience spiritual growth, relational community and purposeful mission.
We are committed to multiplying Christ-followers, leaders, small groups and churches. To those ends we also partner with others to equip and support gifted leaders who are called to plant reproducing churches throughout the South Sound region and around the world.
We seek to be a source of joy to our neighbors, and to our community and civic leaders. We seek to contribute to the well-being of the cities in which we live. We invest time, energy and resources to practically meet the needs of the last and the least among us.