Reaching and uniting multiple people groups with the gospel of Christ

in order to create followers of Christ.

Our Mission: Why Do We Exist?
Berean Bible Church exists to reach and unite multiple people groups with the gospel in order to produce faithful followers of Christ.

Our Vision: What Will It Look Like?
We desire to create a worshiping community where the focus is not on external characteristics (race, age, education, economic status, etc.), but on developing internal Christ-like characteristics that truly define who we are as believers.

Our Strategy: How Will We Accomplish This?
Our mission is built by assembling a racially diverse ministerial staff to lead the church and a racially diverse worship team that will minister with a musical style that will cross cultural boundaries. Likewise, we will pursue to build a multi-ethnic congregation. These intentional steps combined with a weekly corporate worship experience and small groups where all people feel welcomed and the Word of God is preached will be the catalyst for our mission and vision.

Our Associations:

The Southern Baptist Convention
The North American Mission Board
Our Values:
Corporate Worship
Expository Preaching and Teaching
Christ-like Living
Reach the lost locally and abroad
Members that serve
Our Motto:
“Learning, Living and Sharing God’s Truth”

At Berean, we believe in doing church with excellence.

Before the service begins:

From the moment that you pull into the parking lot, you will be greeted by our friendly and helpful parking team. As you enter the front doors, our greeters are there to welcome you and point you in the right direction. We have people who enjoy dressing in suits while others who feel more comfortable in jeans and a t-shirt.  Expect to see people who look like you and people who don't. We are intentional about being a multi-ethnic and multi-generational congregation.

During the service:

We have a band that leads us in worship followed by a time of expository preaching. Our services typically last for an hour and fifteen minutes.

After the service:

We encourage you to stop by our guest center to meet our pastor. We'll have a special gift for you and anyone that you brought with you. It's our way of saying thank you for choosing to join us in worship.

In our society most of us experience racial diversity at our jobs, in our schools, and in our neighborhoods on a daily basis. Yet, this mindset has not translated to the church. For some reason, God's people gravitate towards their own people groups when it comes to worship. In the words of Dr. Tony Evans, 11:00am on a Sunday morning is the most segregated hour of the week.

Berean Bible Church exists to bring multiple people groups together as one to worship and serve our Lord Jesus Christ.