Logos Community exists to disciple & equip the saints to share the gospel with people who don’t know Jesus.
We love to study the Bible, and desire to learn how to become better followers of Jesus, and servants to those around us.
All who desire to come are welcome to join us for our gatherings on Sundays. We have no dress code, and you don’t have to know anything about church to join us.
As different as the disciples who Jesus chose to follow Him for the three years of His ministry, Logos Community is made up of men, women, and kids who are rough around the edges; people who are churched and have never even set foot in church, people who are educated and uneducated, young and old.
We listen to everything from punk to bluegrass. We love good coffee, tea, and anything with the word energy in it. We have very different stories and pasts, some more tragic than others, yet we all share something in common. The common thread that knits this seemingly opposite set of people is Jesus. He has radically changed our way of life from a prideful, selfish, and sinful state, to a humble, broken, and repentant life living in submission to Christ. We seek to serve Him, worship Him, submit to Him, and tell others about Him.
Come join us this Sunday to experience a different type of church!
- We believe in Jesus Christ to be God, and that by trusting in Him by submitting our lives to serve Him, we are saved.
- We believe the Bible to be God’s message to us, written by men who were led by the Holy Spirit. The Bible is infallible, and is supreme authority.
- We believe that the Holy Spirit enters into each believer upon salvation, and gives gifts for the common good in conformation to God’s perfect will.
- We believe the Bible to be the infallible and complete Word of God, that it is His holy and inspired Word, and that it is of supreme and final authority.
- We believe in one God, eternally existing in three persons – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
- We believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His death on our behalf on the cross, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and in His soon personal return in power and glory.
- We believe that the Holy Spirit enters the life of each believer at salvation and gives gifts to each for the common good in accordance with God’s sovereign will.
- We believe that all people everywhere are lost and face the judgment of God, and need to come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ through His shed blood on the cross.
- We believe in holy Christian living, and that we must have concern for the hurts and social needs of others.
We desire to do three things:
1) To teach God’s word in a contextualized format for our culture: At Logos Community, generally how we do our Sunday evening gatherings is a verse by verse, study of one of the books of the Bible. We employ video, testimony, and our own stories, to clearly explain how scripture is to be applied in our lives. On occasion, we will topically study an issue that affects us and how we are to respond to it Biblically.
2) To live the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our community: In this day and age if we as believers think that it is enough to just speak the Gospel, we are sorely mistaken. James says in his letter, “Faith without works is dead”. We know that the most affective Gospel is one that is lived and seen. We seek to do this at Logos Community.
3) To disciple men and women and to teach them what it means to submit to Jesus: Discipleship too often is a class, or a book to be read. This does not follow a Biblical model. Discipleship means that the one who is discipling invites that other person to share their lives. To be in their home, to allow them to SEE what it looks like to live a life transformed by Jesus Christ. We at Logos Community hold fast to this principle, and seek to disciple our men and women in a way that shows them what transformation looks like, and speaks truth into their lives from scripture.