A movement of Grace upon Grace
Two Rivers Church is called to live at the confluence of two rivers – the river of Grace and the river of the Grace. “From His fullness, we have all received Grace upon Grace. For the Law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.” (John 1:16-17) Grace is on the side of Truth and Truth is on the side of Grace. Both are in Jesus. “And we will know the truth and the truth will set us free.” (John 8:32) “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.” (II Corinthians 3:17)
Connecting people to the freedom, hope, and healing in Jesus
When we believe the truth that we are set free by the grace of God, we experience freedom, hope, and healing. The Gospel is good news. The Kingdom is righteousness, peace, and joy. Our mission is connecting people to all that Jesus came and died to give us. Jesus came to give us abundant life. We enjoy the abundant life and give it away!
Gospel-centered, family-oriented, mission-minded
Gospel – Encountering the Grace and Truth of Jesus (Ephesians 2:8-9, John 1:16-17, II Corinthians 1:20-22)
The heartbeat of Two Rivers Church is the grace of Jesus. The gospel of grace is good news! We stand on the promises of God’s truth, experience what it talks about, and share them with joy. In Jesus, we are set free to embrace our identities as beloved sons and daughters. "Freed people walk in freedom."
Family – Living in Relational Community (Acts 2:42-47; 1 Thessalonians 2:8, John 13:31-35)
We believe that sustained life change takes place best in the context of intentional relationships. We believe that “life on life” shapes us, challenges us, transforms us and is God’s gift to every believer. Living in community is a response stimulated by our intimacy with God. We are compelled by Love. We love because he first loved us. "Loved people love people."
Mission – Demonstrating the love & power of the Kingdom (Luke 4:16-21, Matthew 28:19-20, II Timothy 2:2)
We are blessed. We desire to be a conduit of His blessing to others. Our purpose is to introduce people to Jesus so that they might become followers of Jesus and join in His mission to “set captives free.” We meet and encounter the living God as we speak and as we listen in prayer. Prayer is ushering the Kingdom of God into our lives and this world and trusting the Holy Spirit to lead us and move in powerful ways. "Blessed people bless people."