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Welcome to Element Christian Church. Our intent is to worship God in the following ways:

  • Fellowship: We are gathering today as a corporate group to encounter our  great God and Savior Jesus, together. We then “scatter” throughout the  week and worship God daily by how we live and interact with others.
  • Music: We sing songs that speak of God’s desire, and ours, for knowing  Him better.
  • Teaching: We learn truths from the Scriptures that apply to our lives today, just as they did when the Scriptures were originally written.
  • Communion: We take time to focus on Jesus and His sacrifice for us, then we actively partake of the elements which remind us of this sacrifice.
  • Giving: We give back to God as He has so graciously given to us (we do not pass a plate,  there are offering boxes stationed around the room for you to give).

Vision & Beliefs

Heritage: We believe the central truths of the historic orthodox Christian faith. We believe that Christianity today goes back, not only to the foundations of the apostles and prophets in New Testament Scripture (Ephesians 2:19-22), but also to Israel’s rich history as the people of God seeking to know Him. Today this all comes to culmination in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Journey: We believe that knowing God is a journey and not a destination. We believe that as we grow closer to God through Christ, we will realize how deep the love of God is for all mankind. Because our faith is a journey, change is expected and rebirth is essential.
Community: All people bear the image of God (Genesis 1:27), and as such, are worthwhile and should be treated with honor and respect. We believe we are to carry each other’s burdens, worship Jesus with a common voice, confess and pray with one another, and suffer and celebrate together.
Service:  We believe that Jesus was God in human flesh, and that the church is to be the main thrust of God’s ongoing presence in the world. Jesus, through God, came as a servant (Ephesians 2) and illustrated how we are to live and love others. As followers of Christ, we are to fight injustice, relieve suffering,  and be a compelling force for good in the world, as we care about the things God cares about.

View our Full Statement of Faith here.


Communion is a time that we focus more intently on what God is trying to say to each of us as we commune with Him.  When Jesus was about to be betrayed by one of His friends, He took some bread and broke it, which represented His body that was broken for us. He then took some wine and shared it with His disciples; this wine represented His blood that was to be poured out for us.
Communion is one of the very first rites ever instituted by the Christian faith.  It remembers a Hebrew heritage of God promising a Savior who would come and die to restore mankind. Through this death and resurrection of Jesus, we as people can have a renewed and restored relationship with God.  Jesus’ death takes away all of the garbage that stands between us and our Creator while His resurrection restores us to new life that we may commune with God in a very real way.
We take communion weekly, always in remembrance of what Christ has done.  You can take communion by coming forward as you feel led, breaking the bread, and dipping it in the wine (as the early church used wine) or grape juice (as the modern church does). The time of communion is a place of worship, reflection, and redefinition of our lives in accordance with God’s grace.


Giving: If you are a first-time guest or do not consider yourself a Christian, we do not expect you to give your money; we are simply glad to have you with us. If you visit a service, simply introduce yourself to us so we can say hi and get to know you. That’s your contribution to our service and ministry.
For those who call Element home, however, giving cheerfully, generously, and sacrificially of our finances is part of worship (Phil 4:18). Our work as followers of Jesus is to serve our God in all things, and one of the primary ways we serve God is by honoring him with our wealth (Prov 3:9, 2 Cor 9:7, Deut 16:16-17). At Element we ask our members to give, not by meeting some obligatory percentage,  but by simply giving as God calls them to; cheerfully, generously, and sacrificially. We want our members to give for the sake of the gospel because Jesus sacrificed for us, and all that we have is His anyway (Deut 8:17-18, 1 Chron 29:14, 1 Cor 4:7).
If you would like to give to Element at this time you can place your donation in one of the offering boxes located near one of the exits (we do not pass a plate) or you can give online. We appreciate your financial partnership.