Determined to Show the Love of Christ

Who We Are

Disciples of Christ

  

We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. As part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord’s Table as God has welcomed us.

Our Vision

  

To be a faithful, growing church, that demonstrates true community, deep Christian spirituality and a passion for justice.   – Micah 6:8

Our Mission

  

To be and to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, witnessing, loving and serving from our doorsteps “to the ends of the earth.”  – Acts 1:8 

We are Greenleaf Christian Church

At Greenleaf We Are a

Worshiping Church

Faith Filled Church

Bible Believing Church

Loving Church

Soul Saving Church

Tithing Church

Justice Seeking Church

Politically Active Church

Welcoming Church

Compassionate Church

Forgiving Church

Miracle Believing Church

Local Church Vision and Desires

  

We decree and declare in the Name of Jesus that we are a dynamic and active church for Jesus Christ. Greenleaf Christian Church endeavors to put first things first. We are prayerfully determined to follow the example of Jesus by being a church committed to:

  

Preach and teach the gospel of Jesus Christ in worship, prayer, study, and service;


Show the love of Jesus in word and deed both inside and outside of our congregation;


Never be ashamed of our faith heritage as people who un-apologetically believe Jesus is our Lord and the Bible is God’s inspiring word;


Stand for justice and liberation throughout the community;


Be a church that seeks to enhance and empower the  spiritual well-being of the community;


Develop ministries that follow the example of the Master in service to and liberation of humanity;


Be empowered by the Holy Spirit in every aspect of  our personal and community life.

CHURCH HISTORY

"  In the year of our Lord 1886, from the meager beginnings of the Sandy Plain bush shelter, what we now know as Greenleaf Christian Church by means of the servants of whom God gave a vision a bush shelter was erected in the community of Sandy Plain.  After a short period of time the sanctuary transformed from a bush shelter to a one room building, which stood on the land where the current sanctuary stands."


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