Our Mission at Real Life Church is simple—we want to
help people find and follow Jesus.
We worship one God who exists in eternal love between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We worship and follow Jesus the Messiah, God’s only begotten
We recognize God’s aim is to save all people. Although God created everything and called it “good,” sin entered the world. As the recipients of God’s grace in Christ (Ephesians 2:8-10) we become a new creation (Jeremiah 31:31-34; 2 Corinthians 5:17) and we work toward the future renewal of this world (Romans 8:19, 2 Peter 3:11-13) to live in complete community with one another under Christ through eternity.
Real Life Church is a small part of the global Church as the community of salvation, the bride of Christ (Revelation 21:1-2). In the midst of human sin and need, God’s mission to save the world is directed
We practice baptism as the symbol of one’s new birth into the new creation. It depicts our entrance into
We practice communion on a weekly basis as the symbol of coming together and partaking of the same meal that Jesus had with his disciples before he was crucified. By doing so, we are affirming Christ’s presence among us, and in one another (1 Corinthians 11:23-26). Participation in this practice is open and membership within the church is not required.
Ever wonder how Real Life Church came to be?
We feel the best way to change the world is to change our neighborhoods…one cul-de-sac at a time. We believe our church should make a positive impact in the neighborhood it is in…and our Life Groups should make a positive impact in the neighborhoods they are in. Church operates best in the context of local community.
We want to remove the obstacles that keep people far from God and help bring people back to Him. We believe church should meet people where they are in life and use contemporary language and popular culture as a means to share the timeless truth of God’s Word.
We want everyone to come to know the saving grace of Jesus Christ, so we set out to multiply our own faith in others by being relational, transparent, and knowledgeable of the Bible and being the example of Christ to others.