Mission and Values
“The mission of Integrity Church is to glorify God through equipping the saints to make disciples of all nations.”
We believe that the Gospel is of first importance. Everything we do as a church is filtered through the good news that Jesus came to live, die and rise from the dead on behalf of believers. All our problems and sin issues are rooted in our lack of understanding and believing the Gospel. Therefore, we encourage our people to become experts in the Gospel.
We typically preach through books of the Bible on Sunday mornings; chapter by chapter, book by book. We rarely preach topical sermons. The goal of expositional preaching is to determine what the original author intended for the original audience. We seek to know what the text says and how it applies to our lives today. Expositional preaching helps us avoid taking verses out of context and forces us to give due diligence to controversial and difficult issues and subjects that are often overlooked.
Equipping the Saints
The majority of our efforts at Integrity are expended on equipping the saints of God. If we as a church can equip the saints to do the work of the ministry, then we will be able to reach far more people than if there were only a small handful of people doing the work of ministry. We believe this is the work God gave us to do as a church (Ephesians 4:12)
Gospel Centered Community
We place a high value on Gospel Centered Community, and this is put into practice through our Life Groups. Our Life Groups are not merely Bible studies, though we often do study the Bible together. They are where discipleship happens at Integrity. We gather together to serve each other through studying God’s Word, praying for each other, eating meals with each other, and “doing life together;” building relationships that grow deep in the gospel with one another.