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Vision & Values

Wadebridge Christian Centre

Our Vision, Culture and Values

Our vision and mission statement is to be “a church with a passion to connect everyone to Jesus in a deeper way”. Our culture and values describe the people that we aspire to be and how we try to live out this mission.

Our culture and values are underpinned by our belief that the Bible is the inspired word of God. We remain true to its teaching because it is ultimate truth; its wisdom develops our character, informs our choices and is relevant to every area of our lives.

We are a church with a message

We believe that the good news about Jesus Christ is the greatest story ever told. Jesus told his followers to go and tell people everywhere who He is, what He did, and how to follow Him (Matthew 28:19). Sharing Jesus with those who don’t know Him is an important part of who we are.

We are a church who prays

Prayer is part of our DNA as Christians, and we aim to develop a culture of prayer that underpins everything we do at WCC. The Bible tells us to pray at all times and in all circumstances (1 Thessalonians 5:17) because prayer changes things.

We are a church who loves

Loving one another is how we show we belong to Jesus (John 13:34). From Sunday mornings to mid-week K’nect groups, we aim to develop a real, loving, caring community for everyone – from the youngest to the oldest in our family.

We are a courageous church

We believe that walking with God inspires courageous faith, and that if we surrender all we have to Him, it will not only change the world around us, but will be the greatest adventure we ever have. (Joshua 1:9)

We are a church who gives

In church, in the local community and across the globe, we look to serve others because that’s what Jesus did (Matthew 20:28). We are generous with our time, money, skills and love – sharing them with those most in need – because God has been generous to us.

We are a church with integrity

Honesty and integrity are important to God, and so they are values we try to develop as a church and as individuals (Micah 6:8). None of us get it right all the time, and we’ll try to be honest about that too, being quick to say sorry and working hard to learn lessons from our mistakes.