Revolution Church is a young diverse church established in 2012. This church focused purpose is to love people and share God's love with as many as we can. If you are looking for a church attempting to live like the church in the New Testament this is your church. We are not perfect, we are not fancy but we love to be together.
Revolution Church was started in Spring of 2012 by Pastor Justin and his family along with a small group of people who wanted to imagine church a little different. For a long time the model for church has been program and facilities orientated. We believe the church is not meant for those things. In fact we believe the church is the people not a building or a name on a sign. We believe the modern day church needs to look less like what we are used to and more like the church we see in scripture.
Our Pastor: Pastor Justin Fisher is the founding pastor of Revolution Church. He has been involved in ministry consistently since 1998.
Our Elders: We believe that Jesus died for and established the church. The church is the bride of Christ and therefore He is the head over the church. At Revolution, we desire to submit to God’s word as our full authority with Christ as our head. Under Him, the Bible commands to appoint Elders who are godly men to lead a local expression of Jesus’ church (1 Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9 & 1 Peter 5:1-5) . The church has appointed and confirmed elders who meet the biblical qualification. They are responsible for ensuring that we operate within legal boundaries and assist with maintaining a healthy church.
About our Deacons: We believe that Jesus lived a servant lifestyle. At Revolution, we desire to submit to God’s word as our full authority with Christ as our head. The Biblical example is to appoint Deacons who are godly individuals to serve and meet the needs of Jesus’ church (Philippians 1:1, and 1 Timothy 3:8, 12). We have appointed and confirmed deacons who meet the biblical qualification of deacon. They are responsible for ensuring we are maintaining a healthy church by helping minister and meet the needs within our body.