Who we are

We are a community of believers and followers of Jesus, the Messiah. We are have gathered with a common vision to worship and pray together (Acts 13:1-2), proclaim the Gospel (Luke 24:46-47), and equip the saints to persevere in faith and obedience to Jesus in light of the time of great testing and trial which will come upon the earth prior to His appearing and the establishment of His Kingdom.

Ministry Expressions

24 And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, 25 not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching. (Heb 10:24–25 NIV)
The Prayer Room: The prayer room is centralized building where we gather to pray and worship. All of our prayer meetings are open to believers to come to seek the Lord with us. (Others are also free to lead worship and prayer times as long as they have some level of relationship with the community. If you’d like to lead a set, come get to know us a little.)
Emmaus Road Gatherings: Emmaus Road Gatherings (ERGs) are weekly gatherings of believers to worship together, study the Scriptures together, and to strengthen one another in faith as we see the coming of Jesus and the Day of the Lord drawing near. These gatherings are focused on strengthening the body of Christ in our city to walk in faith and Godly wisdom as we prepare to walk through the unique and intense dynamics which will precede the return of Jesus and the establishment of His Kingdom on the earth.
Home Fellowships: Home Fellowships are simple gatherings of believers for the sake of being strengthened in the grace of God by the power of the Holy Spirit. They are times of fellowship, exhortation, worship, prayer, communion, and study of the Scriptures. Click here for more info.
Emmaus Road Classes: (ERCs) These Bible classes are designed to equip the saints through in-depth Biblical studies, prayer, and activation towards a bold proclamation of the Gospel. The classes will give an overview of the worldview, theology, and mission of the Bible with an objective to establish believers in a cruciform* lifestyle familiar to the New Testament and as bold witnesses of the Messiah and His coming Kingdom. Click here for more info.
Cruci-form: from the latin ‘crux’, meaning the cross, and ‘form’. Or in the form of the cross. 
Want to know more about the overseers?  Here is a link to our Who We Are page.