What We Believe
Our beliefs are in line with the Baptist Faith and Message.

Mission Statement
Our purpose is to bring glory to God. (Isaiah 43:7) The mission of Allen Heights can be summed up with our simple motto:
Love God, Love One Another, Love Our Neighbor.

"Jesus replied: 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments."  —Matthew 22:37-40

Our Vision

CONNECT uplifts the importance of worship, prayer and fellowship in our everyday lives. Connect means to be in vital relationship with God, other believers, the church, and our family. It reminds us of the priority of building positive, long-lasting relationships with people at work, in the school and community, and at home. As we connect first with God, He makes it possible for us to build meaningful relationships with other believers; they, in turn, help us connect to a church family. These interconnected relationships enable us to welcome and invite people who are not yet part of our church or who are pre-believers.

GROW means knowing and obeying God’s word and understanding how it makes a daily difference in our lives. Gaining knowledge is vital, but we need more than information. True discipleship means discovering something fresh and inspiring in a passage we have read hundreds of times; and acting to apply it. We believe spiritual growth is best provided through small group Bible studies.

SERVE reminds us of our responsibility to work alongside fellow believers. Our church is full of ministry and service opportunities - from volunteering at a food pantry to hosting a youth fellowship to teaching Sunday School classes. Every believer working together is required for the church to function as God intended. God gives and empowers us to serve and multiplies our efforts in exponential ways.

GO moves us outside the walls of the church and into our community and world. It may mean we drive a nail into a Habitat home, offer a cup of cold water, or tutor a child at an after-school program. It means we develop relationships and discern when it is time to talk about spiritual matters. Going is fed by a desire to experience firsthand God’s work in the lives of others, recognizing we are one instrument He is using. Go is different from Serve; Go is outside the church while Serve is inside.