Sundays 10:00 AM, 1050 Boundary Road @ Parker
Thursdays 9:30 AM, 33 Water Street
Psalm 34: 5 "Those who look to Him are radiant, and their faces shall never be ashamed."
What to expect on a Sunday morning...to be accepted, welcomed and taught verse by verse from The Bible.
Who we are and what we're all about.At Radiant Church we place great emphasis on the exposition of scripture, teaching the Bible chapter-by-chapter and verse-by-verse. We believe wholeheartedly that worship is an awesome part of our experience together as a fellowship of believers, and that our worship should always be centred on Jesus Christ.
As a church, we are so thankful for God's grace and love. We know that we are loved by God even though we've done nothing to deserve that love. In order to live for, and serve The Lord, we need the Holy Spirit. The Lord equips us with spiritual gifts for this life and for the work of ministry. These gifts are for all believers and we don't believe they stopped being awesome in the early days; the gifts are alive and well today.
At Radiant Church we also value servant leadership. This is an important conviction as we represent a servant Lord. He was humble and loving and so we should be too. We desire to see people come to Jesus, to disciple them, and to send them out for Jesus.
The Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) is no small thing, and we believe that it is for all believers. No one can be saved apart from Jesus, which means everyone in the world needs to hear about Jesus. We feel strongly it is our job, along with all other believers, to tell the world about the amazing thing Jesus has done for each of us. We believe that our teachers and leaders should have lives that line up with scripture. Our Pastors and teachers should have lives of integrity and moral purity, not perfection but most certainly submitted lives to Jesus. We want people who will walk out the message we find in the Bible.
At Radiant Church, we also enjoy a relaxed and informal style of worship as well as a relational style of ministry. It's the acceptance that we read in Romans 15:7, and it is that same acceptance we have received from God therefore we look to accept others just as they are. Just because we're relaxed and informal doesn't mean we're liberal or loose about painful and dishonourable behaviour. We want to make God smile with our lives, and that means a loving atmosphere so that everyone can grow closer to Him. We value the next generation and we want to see them grow in ministry and purpose.