Transforming family trees with the gospel

Mission & Values

  • Family-focused

    We have a multi-generational church! And we love our singles, those getting careers started, our empty-nesters, and grandpas & grandmas. But let's be honest...being married is hard! Raising kids (married OR single) is hard! And knowing the power of a family tree, we unapologetically spend a lot of time thinking about how to challenge, encourage, and equip families.

  • Super friendly when you walk in

    It's not easy to be the new person. That's true at school, at work, with the in-laws, and it's definitely true at church! One of our biggest goals is to make Fieldstone a life-giving place for every person who walks in the door. We're not perfect, but that's our goal and we'd love your help in pursuit of this value.

  • Energetic & relevant teaching that doesn't sacrifice the Truth

    The gospel is the biggest news in the history of the world, so we believe the preaching of God's Word should be done with the energy & passion it deserves, and in a way that is easy to understand and apply to our lives. At the same time, things like energy, passion, creativity, etc. should not be allowed to steal the credit for what God is doing, and we can never water down the Truth in order to attract (or maintain) a crowd.

  • Simple & Balanced

    We want Fieldstone to be a life-giving place, and words like "busy" or "chaotic" don't fit the mold! We don't overload the calendar, and we try to keep our ministries efficient and our next steps easy & obvious to pursue. We say "No" to new stuff way more often than we say "Yes". And although you won't find anything that's incredibly innovative around Fieldstone, we hope our mission, values, systems, schedules, etc. are built to be sustainable & healthy for the long-haul.


Fieldstone is a non-denominational church. CLICK HERE for a pdf of our core theological beliefs. Below is a concise selection of those beliefs:

One God

We believe that Scripture teaches there is only one true and living God, who is self-existent, and the eternal “I AM,” the creator of heaven and earth, and the redeemer of mankind.  We believe that He has chosen to reveal Himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, the same in essence, though distinct in personality. These three are one God, having the same nature, attributes, and perfection and are worthy of the same homage and obedience.

Jesus Christ, Son of God and Son of Man

Jesus, fully God and fully man, was born miraculously of the Virgin Mary and lived a sinless life. He came into the world to save men from the guilt and condemnation of sin, offering His blood as atonement and making it available to all who put their faith in Him.  He resurrected from the dead and is exalted to the right hand of God.

The Holy Spirit

The Scriptures ascribe to the Holy Spirit the acts and attributes of an intelligent being.  He guides, knows, moves, gives information, commands, forbids, sends forth, reproves, as the instrumental segment of the Trinity in the dispersion of spiritual gifts.

Word of God

We believe that the Bible, the Holy Scriptures, both Old and New Testaments, were written by men inspired by the Holy Spirit and are God’s revealed word to man.  They are the sufficient, infallible rule and guide to salvation and all Christian worship and service. Truth is not defined by cultural context, feelings, or majority opinion, but only by God through his Word.


God created humans to have fellowship with Him, but they defied God by sinfully going their own way. As a result, we need God’s saving grace to end our separation from Him. Salvation comes only through God’s grace, not human effort, and must be received personally by repentance and faith. In order to be saved, one must believe: The Bible is the Word of God, Jesus is the sinless Son of God, and that we must be born again.


We believe that at death the souls of those who have trusted in the Lord Jesus Christ pass immediately into His presence and remain there until the resurrection of the glorified body. The souls of the unbelieving remain conscious of condemnation and will be punished with eternal separation from the presence of the Lord.


We believe the New Testament teaches two baptisms. First, there is the baptism whereby the repentant sinner, upon trusting Jesus Christ as his Savior, is baptized by the Holy Spirit into the Body of Christ.  Secondly, there is water baptism by immersion for believers only.  The believer expresses publicly what has already taken place inwardly, and symbolically aligns themself with the Lord Jesus Christ in crucifixion and resurrection to new life.