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Welcome! Mission Church is a Gospel-centered, non-denominational church located in Forney, Texas. We are a church plant that was started in the Travis Ranch neighborhood. We gather for weekend service to worship togehter. We connect with one another throughtout the week. We serve our city and the world around us.
We invite you join us at Mission Church and learn about Jesus, His love for us, His never ending forgiveness for us and His plan for our life. Come relaxed, come as you and without any pressure of having to “fit in”.
WHO WE ARE
We exist to glorify God and make disciples by building authentic, Gospel-centered friendships.
It’s All About Jesus
You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness about me, yet you refuse to come to me that you may have life. (John 5:39-40 ESV)
And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself. (Luke 24:27 ESV)
The two passages above make it clear that the message of the Bible is pointing to Jesus. No text of Scripture is properly or fully understood until it is viewed through the lens of the person and work of Jesus.
At Mission Church, it is all about Jesus; we are all about Jesus—and the only way to get to know Jesus is to understand what the Bible says about him. What that means, then, is that every Sunday, from every song, to every sermon, Jesus is the hero. He is the one we point to at our church. It is his work, on our behalf, which enables us to live transformed lives, redeemed from the curse of our sin.
Our Core Values
We value the Gospel as the central message and life transforming catalyst of the entire Bible
This value is demonstrated by our commitment to apply the Gospel message to every aspect of life. We remind ourselves, and one another, of the Gospel’s truth as the transformative mechanism for our lives. (Luke 24:13-35; Gal 2:11-14)
We value building authentic friendships where we can truly be ourselves and care for one another.
This value is demonstrated by our commitment to being active members in Sunday worship and weekly discipleship groups. We refrain from trying to look like we have it all together and share with others who we actually are and expect the same in return. (John 13:34-35; Rom 12:5; 14:19; 1 Cor 12:25; Gal 6:2)
We value taking the initiative to go to those who do not know Jesus to share His love and Gospel message with them.
This value is demonstrated by reaching out to those far from God in our neighborhoods, at our work and with whomever God brings into our life. We are active in our city to go to those who do not know Jesus and refrain from passively waiting for them to come to us. (Gen 12:1-4; Matt 28:18-20; John 20:21; Acts 1:8)
We value granting others the second chance we received and accepting others just as they are.
This value is demonstrated by an intentional non-judgmentalism toward people. We treat everyone with the respect and love we have received regardless of how “messed up” they appear to be. We are just as “messed up” as they are. When people interact with our church they should feel welcomed and accepted in the same manner God himself would welcome and accept them. (Matt 7:1-5; Rom 12:16; 15:17; Eph 4:2)
We value passing on the Gospel to our children and our children’s children.
This value is demonstrated by helping parents and grandparents to pass on the Gospel to their kids and grandkids. Our church holds milestone ceremonies in order to mark the lives of our kids with particular rites of passage as they grow in the Gospel. We see each home as a “little church” where God does the majority of discipling through the parents (particularly the Dad). (Deut 6:4-9; Josh 24:15; Psalm 127:3-5; Matt 18:12-14; 19:13-15)
We Hope To See You Soon
10:00 am on Sunday mornings
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