We welcome people of all kinds and backgrounds as partners in the spiritual journey.
We take the Bible seriously because we don’t have to take it literally.
We keep the faith but drop any dogma that gets in the way of the love that is God.
Jesus Christ is the foundation to our path to God, but we recognize that He represents one of the many ways to know God.
We recognize the faiths of other people who have other names for the pathway to the Divine. We welcome and love people of all races, cultures, classes and abilities. We don’t believe in converting anyone from one set of beliefs to another.
We invite everyone to join in our worship, our communion, and our extended SPC family. Everyone includes believers and agnostics, conventional Christians and questioning skeptics, gay and straight, females and males, Jews and Gentiles, the despairing and the hopeful, and any other descriptor that may fit you.
We believe that the way we treat one another and other people is more important than the way we express our beliefs.
We are a spiritual community. We strive for justice and peace among all people, and bring support and hope to those that Jesus called the least of his sisters and brothers.
We find more grace in the search for meaning than in absolute certainty, more in the questions than in the answers.