Who We Are
We exist for the exclusive purpose of glorifying God and enjoying him forever. In doing so, we believe we are called to engage our community with the presence, truth, and glory of Jesus Christ through discipleship and acts of love in the power of the Holy Spirit. Foundation Church can be best described as orthodox, evangelical, and reformed. We align our beliefs with historic Christian orthodoxy as expressed in the Apostle’s and Nicene creeds, and also to a great extent with the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. During our worship services on Sunday mornings, we pray, give, and recite the Apostle's Creed together before devoting ourselves to the preached Word of God.
Our primary goal in the proclamation of the Scriptures is that God would use his Word as the means to bring us nearer to him and conform us into his image. We believe the most blessed and God-honoring means of this proclamation is through expository preaching. Expository preaching is simply letting God's Word speak for itself. We normally preach through books of the Bible, verse by verse, from beginning to end with occasional breaks from time to time. We believe God blesses this dedication to his Word because it allows him to address issues in his timing rather than man's. Time and time again we have seen the benefits of expository preaching as God's providence and grace are put on display through his Word and in the lives of his people. Click here for a link to our sermon archive.
At Foundation Church we believe it is our mission to engage our community with the presence, truth, and glory of Jesus Christ through discipleship and acts of love in the power of the Holy Spirit. We also believe every Christian is called to support and engage in the global outreach of the Gospel to all peoples and nations. We take part in this mission by supporting missionaries in various capacities. We believe that, though one church may be small in comparison to the whole, God is dedicated to producing fruit in his people both locally and globally through the spread of the Gospel and the support of foreign and domestic missions.