Our Values

Because of the radical good news of what Jesus Christ has done for us in His death and resurrection, we go, we love, and we serve in His name. (1 Corinthians 15:1-8; Romans 1:16-17)


Building bridges to meet tangible human needs, equip local leaders, and transform the city of Arlington and Northern Virginia communities. (Acts 2: 42-47)


We seek a future where all people in Arlington are transformed by Christ through active discipleship and membership in a local church.

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Our Vision

Our Vision is to see a thriving and unified body of believers, in which:

Local churches regularly partner for more effective ministry

A growing number of people are living as followers of Jesus and are sharing Good News

Create a model of collaboration and equipping that multiplies in other communities

We go to the greatest need actively serving our neighbor. (Matthew 25: 40)

We believe Jesus is revolutionary in changing heart, relevant to every culture and circumstance and relational in sharing the love with others.  ​(2 Corinthians 5:14-20)

We serve our neighbors through local church partnerships. ​(1 Peter 3:8-9)

We empower followers of Jesus and equip believers to be the light and salt in our community. We know, grow and go into our city as agents of reconciliation.

We earn the right and privilege to share Good News in our city through authentic service, genuine friendship and intentional love in action.

With a Kingdom mindset and geographic focus on our county, we connect churches and resources to local and practical needs.

Jesus’ love compels us to actively serve our neighbors with the greatest needs. (Matthew 25:40)

We believe Jesus is:

  • Revolutionary – He alone can change the motivations of our heart.
  •  Relevant – He is current to every culture and circumstance.
  • Relational – He shapes how we love, relate, and share the good news with others.
  • Therefore, we invite people to know Him and empower leaders to serve others.
    (2 Corinthians 5:14-20; Matthew 28:18-20)

Jesus calls us to bless our neighbors, our community and transform our city, in partnership with gospel-centered churches.
(Jeremiah 29:7; Isaiah 58; 1 Peter 3:8-9)