I was not born into a Christian household. When I was about seven years old, my parents got divorced. My mom remarried and that was when we began to attend The Village Church. While we were there, God, in His mercy, began to plant a seed in my heart. In the summer of 2015, I went to Camp. It was there that I gave my life to Jesus. I understood for the first time my deep need for a Savior due to my sin. I believe that Jesus died and rose from the dead three days later. Since that summer, it has been a continuous process of sanctification and learning through discipline and humility what it looks like to mirror the heart of Christ.
My hope for Citizens Church is that we would be people who love as Jesus loves. A people who live out the Gospel by abiding with Christ, loving others, and making disciples in order to give the present day a picture of the future. My prayer for us is that we would understand the truth that when we love God most, we love others best.
We hold to the central beliefs of the Christian faith, as communicated throughout Scripture and summed up in the ancient creeds of the Church.