Who are we?
Nearly all of the world's problems can be traced back to one of three distinct relationships. Those being; disconnection from God, disconnection from other people and disconnection from your true self. Connection³ ('Connections Cubed' - or 'C-Three' for short) represents our conviction in the power to achieve true transformation in the world through investing in and helping others reconnect in meaningful ways.
Are you a church?
Yes! ..and, no.
Our goal is to be a Radical Discipleship Community.
In a conventional sense, we still want to fulfill many of the functions ideally espoused in the Universal Church, it's just that we want to further adhere to the model founded on ekklesia. Let us explain;
Radical - Revolutionaries who are committed to affecting a major shift in the status quo. We don't want to continue business as usual in the western 'church'.
Discipleship -We are committed to growing to look more like Christ, live more like Christ and to love more like Christ. In order to do this, requires an intentional process of learning and teaching about the Gospel.
Community - We eat together, every Sunday 'service', and in so doing create a space for real relationships to build and flourish. We are in this together. It's time we started acting like family.
What do we believe about church?
Church is not about developing a successful business model,
but developing people who work together to achieve Kingdom purposes.
The purpose of the organization of the church is to create an incubator for Discipleship: Our journey with Christ and with others towards Christ and His Kingdom.
- Magnification. It is to be the lens that makes God known to the world. (Matthew 5:16)
- Transformation. It is to empower people to see themselves as God has created them rather than as the enemy has disfigured them and to live into that reality. (Romans 12:1-2; Colossians 3:1-4)
- Multiplication. It is to make disciples who make disciples. (Matthew 28:18-20)
The power of the church lies good news about Jesus Christ, nothing else. (Acts 1:8)
- We believe in having eternal purpose, as ordained by God,
- the life, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ,
- & the reality of the Holy Spirit as being a transformative force in the life of a believer.
The primacy of the church is that God did not have a Plan B; the church is the hope of the world.
If we do not serve as salt and light in a spoiling and dark world, then people are doomed eternal separation from God – without hope. (Matthew 5:13-15)