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OUR CULTURE

THE FOUR PILLARS

Acts 2:42 "They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer."

Just like the early church, everytime we gather, we strive to remain faithful to these same values, but in a culturally modern context. These four values are the pillars that support The Table.

BIBLICAL TEACHING - COMMUNITY - COMMUNION - PRAYER & WORSHIP

THE SEVEN RHYTHMS

The Seven Rhythms are more defined cultural values that flow in between the pillars.

AUTHENTIC DISCIPLESHIP

We are called to be real people who live real lives, bearing one another's burdens and celebrating in each other's joys. To invest in someone's life, we must be willing to invite them to the table of our own lives.

1 Corinthians 12:26-27

WORSHIP ENCOUNTER

Worshiping God and encountering His presence, is a vital part of The Table. He is worthy of all praise and He loves having relationship with His people.

John 4:23

LIFE TRANSFORMATION

We should not settle with being stagnant. Our lives should be continually transformed by our encounters with Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit.

Romans 12:1-2

MISSIONAL FOCUS

We are called to be creative and relatable in bringing the light of Jesus to our Community, Region and all the World. We must bring the Light into the darkness.

Matthew 28:18-20

SACRIFICIAL LOVE

We serve a God who loves us so much, He made the ultimate sacrifice. We are called to model this in how we love God and love others.

Matthew 22:36-40

HUMBLE SERVICE

Jesus humbly came in the form of His own creation to serve God. We should serve God, His Church, and others in the same manner.

Philippians 2:6-8

SELFLESS GENEROSITY

God has demonstrated selfless generosity toward us. His desire is for us to reciprocate this generosity toward others and in partnering in His work, building His kingdom here on earth.

Acts 2:44-45

Together, these pillars and rhythms reveal the missional and cultural DNA that set The Table.

We have derived all of this not from who we want to be, but from how we have already been operating and living life together within our faith community.

You have a place at The Table

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