Vision and Values

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31 October, 2019

Our mission at CoroUniting is to be A People Focused on Jesus, worshiping, caring for each other, demonstrating God’s justice, and proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ to others.

As we do this, we focus our energies in ministry on the below focal points:

  • being a place of healing and transformation through the gospel of Jesus
  • encouraging faith formation across all ages
  • being a truly intergenerational community
  • continuing our commitment to cross cultural mission and
  • intentionally connecting with our local community

To get a feel for where where our vision is currently taking us see the 2020 Vision document.

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What we believe

CoroUniting holds a reformed, evangelical and historically orthodox view of the Christian faith. This [blog post](https://www.firstthings.com/blogs/firstthoughts/2009/10/stott-on-the-essence-of-evangelicalism) helpfully describes what we mean by 'evangelical'.

We believe that God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, is actively drawing people to Himself to trust him for salvation, life and joy-filled purpose.

We believe the Bible is the inspired word of God that reveals Jesus Christ. It has ultimate authority in faith and life for the church.

Our identity as individuals and a community – and subsequently all that we do together – is founded on God’s all-encompassing grace. We come together to know and love God, to learn from Jesus through the Bible and to love one another by God’s Spirit. Corporately, God calls us into the world to preach the good news of Jesus and demonstrate his compassion, mercy and justice.

See the linked Doctrinal Statement for a more in-depth statement of what we believe.

As a church, we are part of the [Uniting Church SA](http://sa.uca.org.au/), adhering to the Basis of Union. The Uniting Church SA is in turn part of the [National Assembly](http://assembly.uca.org.au/) of the Uniting Church in Australia.

We are part of the [Generate Presbytery](https://generate.ucasa.org.au/) in South Australia and members of the [Propel Network](https://www.propelnetwork.org.au/) and [Assembly of Confessing Congregations](http://www.confessingcongregations.com/) (ACC).

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