We hold true to the teachings of the apostles and the historic Catholic Church, celebrating the fullness of a personal relationship with Christ Jesus through the sacraments which He initiated, and who gives great gifts of grace to all who receive His love, mercy and forgiveness by faith.
We seek to live out the joy of our salvation in the kingdom of God in the fullness and power of the Holy Spirit, and be empowered to share that blessed hope with all who have no earthly hope.
We seek to allow the Third Person of the Holy Trinity, the Holy Spirit, complete access to our lives so that He may continuously perform His sanctifying work in our lives, thereby molding our lives into the likeness of Christ Jesus until that day when our Lord returns again.
As a community of believers, we serve one another and the broken world around us to the glory of God the Father.
As Ecumenical Catholics we open our hearts and doors to all baptized Christians, to all believers in Christ Jesus that we might demonstrate Christ as the head of His Church and that we are all His body, thereby fulfilling Jesus own words, that we would give evidence that the Father had sent Him.
Our communion is open to all baptized Christians.