Who We Are

A Church Fully Liturgical, Fully Evangelical, & Fully Charismatic

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Our Mission

The Church of Reconciliation is committed to the "ministry of reconciliation" that God has entrusted to us, His purpose, that all people to be reconciled to Himself, through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. The mission is carried out in every aspect of our parish from our Three Stream Worship, to our outreach to the lost and hurting of our community. We believe that in Christ, men and women, parents, and children, and people of all races and backgrounds can be reconciled, one to another and to God our father.

Be Reconciled 
One to Another
& All to God

Do this in remembrance of me...

We're Liturgical

At the center of worship is the sacrament of Holy Eucharist (The Lord’s Supper) in which, we believe is the real presence of Christ. We maintain the validity of God’s grace imparted through the seven traditional sacraments of the Church (i.e., Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Confession & Reconciliation, Holy Matrimony, Holy Orders, and Healing/Unction).

We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors...

We're Evangelical

We are a church that adheres to a high view of Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, believing them to contain all things necessary for salvation to be contained therein: We are committed to the preaching of the Gospel to fulfill the great commission of Jesus to go and make disciples. We believe that we are saved by grace alone and justified by faith in Christ who is calling us to a personal relationship with Him.

The Spirit’s presence is shown in some way in each person for the good of all.

We're Charismatic

We are a church open to the historic working of the Holy Spirit. We believe that through the baptism of the Holy Spirit all believers are empowered to participate in the fullness of ministry.  The baptism of the Holy Spirit releases in the believer, both the fruit and the gifts of the Spirit for the building up of the church and the advancement of the Kingdom.

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