Our Story

We are glad you are interested in The Exchange Church. The best way to describe our church family is to think of a journey. Our own journey has led us into many expressions over the years. But we have always had the same desire to see Jesus glorified. Below you will find where we will go on this journey, and how we hope to get there together.

Our Vision

Where are we going?
Every good journey begins with a destination. For us at The Exchange Church, that destination can be described as a place that is brimming with:

New life in Christ for all people

At the end of the day we want to see life flood into areas that were previously dead. We want to see resurrection and redemption. The only way to find such life is through the person and work of Jesus Christ. And we dream of a place filled with people from all backgrounds joining us in this new life.
(Colossians 1.28-29)

Our Values

What is our direction?
Our journey to that destination will require many different vehicles. But each of them will always have three major components at The Exchange Church:

Love God. Follow Jesus. Share the Kingdom.

In every gathering and in the life of every person we hope to provide avenues for people to connect with God in a loving manner. We also want to put Christ on display in such a way that we strive to imitate him. And finally, we value spreading the good news about God's Kingdom near and far.
(Colossians 3.14-17)

Our Strategy

How do we get there?
At The Exchange Church we have been on a very deliberate journey to follow in the footsteps of Jesus and many Christians throughout history. Our strategy is nothing new or novel, but ancient and proven.

Making disciples who make disciples.

Our plan has always been to lead people to live the way that Jesus lived, and love the way that Jesus loved. In order to do that we need more than flashy gimmicks. We need the Holy Spirit to change us to become not only hearers, but doers. Therefore we must do life together in a way that we can also share life with others.
(1 Corinthians 11.1; Matthew 28.19-20)