We desire to be an authentic community of disciples on the mission of Jesus.
Mission Peak Baptist Church exists to awaken people to the enjoyment of knowing God as their Supreme Treasure.
The Gospel - God for us
The gospel is not just for the afterlife, it’s for all of life. The gospel is about what God has done for us, not what we must do for God. It is a gift we gladly receive, not a reward we tediously earn. Believing the gospel results in a life of joyful obedience rather than begrudging obedience. Daily we turn to the life-changing truth of what Christ has done for us. The Gospel Is for Salvation and Transformation. The gospel is what we believe to be saved, and what we believe more deeply to be changed. We are reclaiming its essential role that sets us free from our sinful habits and behaviors.
Community - God With Us
Individualism is the way of the culture but community is the way of Christ.
Community is More Than a Meeting: For the first followers of Jesus, Church was not a service, a meeting, or a building. It was the family of God sharing everyday life together as brothers and sisters.
Community is the Context for Change: The scriptures are clear that the transformation from nonbeliever to new believer, and new believer to mature believer, happens best in community—community that is more than a meeting. By focusing the life of the church on living out the gospel Monday through Saturday, rather than just in Sunday services, people have opportunities to come to faith and grow in their faith all week long.
Mission - God Through Us
The Church Exists for the Mission of Jesus. The Father sent the Son, the Son sent the Spirit, and the Spirit sends us into our neighborhoods and workplaces to be tangible and verbal expression on of God’s love. Our hope is that Fremont will experience the church not as a building on a corner or a one-hour service, but as a community of believers that love and serve them right where they live. The Mission is to Make Disciples: Jesus made the mission clear - “Go and make disciples.” Too many Christians have sat in church for 10, 20, or 30 years, never having led someone else to Christ or helped them grow in maturity. We are committed to equipping people for the mission of making disciples who make disciples.