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Our guiding purpose is to teach people to follow Jesus in a way that will change their lives through biblical texts, community outreach, emotional and relational help, and loving friendships. We believe that when people’s lives are transformed by Jesus, they can change their worlds from the inside out.
Live life with purpose.
God enables you to make a difference, and we work to give you opportunities to do so. Your purpose in life isn’t about something, it’s about someone. God has sent you to bless those around you.
Serve the community.
When we serve together, we better our families, neighborhoods and communities. At Transforming Life Church, we seek to live generously, encouraging everyone to contribute time, talents and dollars in order to bring energy, healing and hope where they are most needed.
Live life with other people.
You were never meant to live in isolation. Come to a place that welcomes everyone with support and love—no matter where they’re at on their spiritual journey. At our core, we’re a compassionate church of imperfect people who transform by following Jesus together. With the help of community groups, seminars, support services, marital counseling and family coaching, you’re never alone.
Find relevance in His teachings.
We explore the bible through a different lens, making them easier to understand and apply to real-world issues. Transformation is the expectation of following Jesus and living out His teachings.
We believe that you can’t be spiritually mature while yet remaining emotionally and relationally immature. We teach and coach people to deal with what’s beneath the surface and how to really love others better. Our teaching integrates counseling, mental health, and faith.
Break bread with one another.
Transforming Life Church is interested in bringing to together the diverse cultures, experiences and ethnicities that are represented in the community. We see people for who they are, regardless of outward differences. After all, our church is not just a place we attend but a people to whom we belong. Our evening gathering with a meal fosters a closer community and emphasizes building relationships over seeing a production.