We exist to help people meet Jesus and live the lives they’re designed to live.




Keep the main thing the main thing

1 Corinthians 15:3-6; Mark 1:14-15

While our church name may be unique, the main thing that drives our mission isn’t.  We’re here because of the gospel. We’re here to talk about the gospel. We’re here to see the gospel do what only the gospel can do- save people and change lives. From the songs we sing to the sermons we preach, we aim to make (and keep) the gospel the main thing in everything we are and in everything we do.

Alone is not an option

Genesis 2:18; Ecclesiastes 4:9-12; 1 Corinthians 12:12-27

It’s not just a cute cliche or a catchy church tagline, we believe life together is essential to the lives we’re designed to live. So, isolation and uniformity won’t be celebrated here. Although it’s messy and inconvenient,
we prioritize our togetherness. Although it's often uncomfortable and at times painful, we embrace our
differences because when we're in Jesus, our differences make us better. After all, our aim isn’t easy and it’s
not to go somewhere fast. Our aim is to go further together than we could go by ourselves.

The future has a face

Matthew 18:10; Matthew 19:14

The next generation isn’t a tagalong or a sideshow, they're a priority. As Ed Catmull of PIXAR once said, “The easiest way to predict the future is to invent it.” That’s what we’re hoping to do. We’re inventing the future by investing into those to whom the future belongs. So, you won't catch us safeguarding the status quo or building altars to the present. We're moving forward by keeping one eye on the person in our rear view mirror. We're forming the future by way of the hope we hand down.

The world will be as good as we give

Acts 20:35; Matthew 5:9; Proverbs 11:24

Our world should be better because we’re in it. The way Jesus put it was that we are to be “peacemakers” or “promoters and producers of God’s highest good in the lives around us.” God’s highest good, however, hinges on our generosity. Generous with what? Everything. But, time, money and energy are a great place to start. Save the well-wishes and “thoughts and prayers” for a Hallmark card. We aim to be givers and servants around here.

Small faith insults God

Matthew 15:28; James 2:18; 1 Corinthians 4:10

The litmus test for our belief in God is how we act on His word. In other words, nothing illustrates how much we believe in God like how we live our lives. At MIX, we seek to magnify how wise, how mighty and how good God is by constantly moving beyond our own understanding and comfort zones in order to step into where Jesus is leading us. If our audacious faith means looking like fools, so be it. Better to look like a clown following Jesus
than a king in the absence of God.

Statement Of Faith


We believe the Bible (composed of Protestant Old and New Testaments) to be both true and authoritative. We make this claim because we believe God divinely inspired the original authors through the Holy Spirit to pen them. (See 2 Timothy 3:15-17 and 2 Peter 1:21) Whereas we expect God to be present with and in us, always revealing, we do not subscribe to notions that God contradicts what the Scriptures have historically penned for us in practice and belief. God never contradicts Himself. Therefore, Scripture serves not only as inspiration into the life of God, but also as a guardrail for us to know the will of God and test the veracity of all things.


We believe that there is one God, eternally existent 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 vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and in His personal return in power and glory. (Genesis 1:1; John 14:6-9, 15-17 and John 16:7-15; Matthew 28:19; 2 Corinthians 13:14; 1 John 4:9-10)


People are created in the spiritual image of God, to be like Him in character (Genesis 2:26). Although every person has the potential for good, all of us are marred by an orientation of disobedience toward God called “sin.” Therefore, the Gospel is the good news that God himself, the Creator, has come to rescue us from sin, and renew all things, in and through the work of Jesus Christ on our behalf, to establish his Kingdom, through his people, in the power of the Holy Spirit. (Mark 1:14-15; 1 Corinthians 15:1-28)


Throughout the scriptures we read that salvation is experienced as a past, present and future reality. In reading God’s Word we understand that salvation is something that has happened, is happening and will happen to those who trust in Jesus. (See Eph. 2:8-9, 1 Cor. 1:18, Matt. 24:12-13) The past, present and future tense of salvation is one of the great mysteries of the gospel. Our salvation is assured the moment we enter into a genuine relationship with God through faith in Christ. Yet, despite this guarantee, we must go about allowing the Holy Spirit to make us in reality what we know by faith we are — daughters and sons of God. Even as our bodies slowly deteriorate over time, even to the point of death, God’s saving work is being completed within us.

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