Imagine a church without the walls of religiosity, denomination, judgmentalism, hypocrisy, religious politics, condemnation and pious self-righteousness.
Imagine a church that makes sense, a church that is authentic in its relationships and in it's message. Imagine a church that is vibrant in faith and in life, a church that is relevant to you, your family, your friends and your community.
Imagine a church for people who don't like church. A church that cares for the hurting, the needy, the distraught and the discontented. A church for the millionaire and the vagrant. Imagine a church where race, culture and status are important, because we care for them all.
Imagine a church where the sick find healing, the depressed find hope, the lost find direction, the aimless find meaning and every person has a place.
Imagine a church for real people, with real needs that make's sense in the real world. Imagine a church for your sons, your daughters, your sisters, your brothers, your parents, and your friends; imagine a church for you.