Learning to #LiveLoved
Connecting with God and people
“For seven years before planting World Outreach, God had been laying a ministry in our hearts. We believed and knew that someday He would open the doors and birth this church. Our first service was the morning of March 7, 1999.” -Pastor Rob Ervin
Challenged to Be More
Our mission at World outreach is simple: To introduce Jesus to those who don’t know him, and to help develop that first-meeting into a devoted relationship. Seeking out the unchurched, we aim to show the love of Jesus to those around us, while pushing for constant progress in our pursuit of Christ.
Not a just a building, but a CULTURE
There are many things that make us who we are, however, there are a few that we strive to meet daily. Built into our DNA is a culture of giving generously, connecting relationally, serving joyfully, and loving recklessly. We hold ourselves to our purpose over our preference pushing towards a culture of excellence, with the goal of turning a crowd into a community of hearts on fire for Jesus. We are challenged to be more.
Molding believers, influencing the world
God. We believe that there is one triune God revealed in the Holy Bible: God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit. God is the creator, redeemer, sovereign Lord over all creation.
Jesus. At World Outreach, we believe that Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of God. He is God who came in through the flesh and was conceived of the Holy Ghost and born of a virgin. He was 100% human and 100% God at the same time.
Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is at work in the world today. He is divine and is the Comforter Jesus promised would be with us. He convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgement. The Holy Spirit sanctifies and empowers the Christian for ministry. He gives Christians Christ-like character and gifts the church for loving service.
Bible. The bible is the inerrant, infallible, inspired Word of God. It is the believers standard for faith and practice.
Ultimately we believe everyone needs Jesus, and we as the Church should introduce the world to Him.