Springbrook Church exists to love God, love people, and make disciples of Jesus Christ through gospel-centered worship, community, and mission.
We believe the gospel of Jesus Christ is not merely the entry-point into the Christian life, but is the Christian life. Everything we do is centered on the perfect life, atoning death, and bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ and the restoration he brings--to the praise of his glorious grace!
Everyone is a worshipper. The issue is Who we worship. We believe we are called to love God because He first loved us in Jesus so that everything we do gives worship to the One who created, saved, and remakes us. (Jn 4:21-24; Rom 11:36)
God has created us to reflect Him like a mirror. This includes in our relationships. We believe the gospel reconciles us to God and to one another. It is only through the gospel that we can have the community we were designed to experience. (1 John 2:10; James 5:16)
The gospel doesn't just work in us, but works through us! We are called to proclaim the gospel through the planting of churches and through individual missional engagement in our community. (Micah 6:8; Matt 28:18-20)
our gospel culture
As we prayerfully seek to live out the mission and values that God has given us at Springbrook Church, we recognize that God's Word directs how this should be done. What is abundantly clear in the New Testament is that what we are to believe about God (i.e. God is love, God forgives us) are the things that we ought to be living out in community (i.e. Love one another, forgive one another). This is our highest calling, to allow the gospel we believe and preach to drive and direct our lives in community. Gospel doctrine leads to gospel culture.