Who We Are


Moran Park holds true to these values through the strength and power of the Holy Spirit.

  • Loving God, loving others, and making disciples. The heart of Moran Park isn't to increase the number of people in our seats each week, but to form a community that loves to worship God through praise, serving, and going out into the world to share the Gospel.
  • Praying, listening, and obeyingMoran Park invests a lot of time into praying and listening to God’s voice. Decisions are made in prayer and our vision is guided by what we hear from God. When we believe we hear something from God, we test it by asking if it points us toward Jesus, edifies or encourages us, is affirmed by Scripture, and transforms us into Christ-likeness. After we verify that what we've heard is from God, we believe in radical, immediate, costly obedience. . Moran Park is called to being bent toward action.

  • Participation in God's work through equipping the saints -- that's you! All are called to engage in the responsibility that comes with the authority and power that Jesus, our King, has given us as children of God. Each of us has a calling on our lives, not just the pastoral staff and ministry leaders. We all can learn to live and lead like Jesus. 
  • Engaging in a broken, authentic, and honest community. No need to put on a fake smile here, we all have brokenness in our lives. However, we serve the One who can heal us from those things and use us to bring His everlasting and perfect Kingdom here to earth. We invite you into our space no matter where or what you may be physically, emotionally, or spiritually.
  • Joy. The joy of the LORD is our strength. We are called to be joyful in all we do and to bring joy to others.


Here at Moran Park, we aim to love God, love others, and make disciples.

  • Love God: Loving God isn't just acquiring knowledge from Scripture, but putting the knowledge into practice as well. Loving God requires prayer, listening, and obedience.
  • Love Others: Loving others means loving holistically. This means living a life of sacrifice instead of only loving when it is convenient. Laying our lives down for one another is modeled by Jesus in his life, death and resurrection.
  • Make Disciples: Making disciples consists of going out into our communities, sharing the Gospel, and teaching others about the love of God and His call on our lives. Making disciples requires commitment to serving God instead of ourselves and it is impossible without loving God and loving others first.

Moran Park believes in teaching people through more than just church on Sundays and mid-week gatherings, but through mentoring, discipleship training, and house churches. Getting in a house church isn't the end goal. Instead, Moran Park is aiming to building a community and culture that is called to intentionally live life together, serve and worship God, and make disciples that make disciples

What we believe

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