Here at The Brook, our mission is "Living intentionally to bring God's kingdom everywhere we go!" And, we believe that this is best accomplished through a simple strategy... worship, grow, serve, together.
Worship is the first step in our strategy. We believe that corporate worship should be a central part of a believer’s life, but also that worship is a way of life, striving to put Christ first in everything that we say and do.
As a general rule, healthy things grow. This is true for your faith as well! Here at The Brook, we believe this is best done through Missional Communities. Our MC’s provide opportunities to dive deeper into God’s Word, connect with one another, serve our community, and do life together!
God has given each person unique gifts and talents, and we believe that those should be used for His glory through serving the church, our community, and the people that God places in our lives! We desire to see all of our people serving and would love to help you figure out what that looks like for you.
When we worship, grow, and serve together, we experience true godly fellowship. God designed us to be in fellowship with one another, and we would love for you to experience that with us here at The Brook!
Here at The Brook, our core values are...
Worship is a way of life. Our “songs, hymns, and spiritual songs” are important, first of all because they are praise to our great God, but also because they should be a reflection of our hearts and lives.
Trusting God for vision beyond our resources. We are called to be a people that ask and expect God to do things in and through our lives that would not be possible without Him.
Imitate me as I imitate Christ. This is the call on the life of every Christ-follower, to make "disciple-making disciples.”
We are blessed to be a blessing. God has blessed us beyond comprehension – with our time, our talents, and our resources and treasure. Our desire is that it all be poured back out for the sake of others and the Gospel.
No relationship grows on accident. It is vital that we carve out margin in our lives, sometimes going out of our way, to love people for the sake of the Kingdom of God.
Actions speak louder than words. To show His disciples how to lead, Jesus wrapped a towel around His waist, got on His knees, and washed their feet. He didn’t just tell them. He showed them.