Some of Jesus' final instructions to the church were to "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations". We aim to take that call seriously as a church.
There are three aspects of being a disciple that we learn from Jesus himself:
Jesus lived a life marked by worship. Our devotion to God should affect all the practical things that make up life; everything we do can be an act of worship. But a worshipful life must first and always be nurtured in us by direct acts of personal and corporate worship (with the gathered church) through prayer, reading and learning scripture, and singing songs and hymns.
Jesus lived a life marked by community. We become the best kinds of people when we learn to live with others. Jesus had the twelve disciples and like them we're called to encourage and help each other grow towards maturity of the faith. Our life groups and connect groups are our primary places of community.
Jesus lived a life marked by mission and He sends His followers into the world to make disciples of the nations. This job is not reserved for church leaders, as we believe that everyone is a missionary sent by Jesus, into schools, universities, workplaces, and homes - i.e. the ordinary places of our lives.