Who We Are.

As Reformed Christians, we believe in the authority of the Bible. It is our guide for life and practice. We hold to the central Christian teachings passed down through the centuries, which are encapsulated in such documents as the Apostles' Creed and the Heidelberg Catechism. We find our only comfort for life and death solely in the fact that we are not our own, but belong to our Savior, Jesus Christ, who gave himself for us.

We are a "community church" in that we seek not only to reach out to our immediate community, but also to be a group of people who live together as a joyful expression of Christ's love. This is a caring, selfless relationship that is at the very heart of the Christian Church, which is Christ's body.

Maranatha welcomes people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. We believe every person has a unique gift to bring to our fellowship. We are a warm, caring, multi-generational church that realizes the importance of every person, and has activities suited to all age groups.