Welcome to The Living Room! We relate in a relaxed way, we come as we are. We don’t act like church in the way you may know it. We think it’s about real people, sharing life together, asking real questions, seeking a real God who loves and cares about us, has a plan and purpose for us, and will someday return to set all things to right.
Here is more information about what we believe, what we do, how we live, and how we serve each other, our community and our world.
The Living Room is devoted to helping people discover a relationship with God through Jesus Christ, and to help them grow into devoted followers of Jesus.
As a fellowship of Christ followers, we value building an engaged, passionate, spiritually healthy community of people that make up The Living Room Community Church. We’re devoted to engaging with each other and impacting the community around us.
We believe that Jesus himself set the example of serving and that we’ve been given the privilege to follow it.
The Living Room is a Christ-centered church with a spirit that says, “No perfect people allowed!” We value each other regardless of where we’re at on our journey. It is our heart’s desire to help each other take the next step in becoming more and more like Christ.
The Living Room places great importance on solid and practical Bible teaching. The Scriptures are foundational to shaping and growing us.
At the Living Room we desire to help people answer the questions, “Why are we here?” and then to encourage people to discover and develop their God-given potential – which always leads to living beyond ourselves!
The focus of our ministry is not only on a celebrative and corporate worship, but also on fulfilling the Great Commandment (Mark 12:28-31) and the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20).
We believe followers of Christ enjoy a wholesome freedom with flexibility allowing for certain differences (doctrinally and otherwise) without becoming divisive. At The Living Room, we distinguish clearly between the essentials relating to salvation (never to be compromised) and the nonessentials.