We all struggle with one thing or another
Part of our Reformed identity is that all fall short of God's glory. We follow a savior who made himself small and weak so that we might be saved through him.
Many of us struggle with sins, disabilities, illnesses of many sorts and challenges. The command of Jesus is that we love one another even when it isn't easy.
If you are visiting us you may notice that there are some here with obvious disabilities. If you get to know us you might begin to see other issues beneath the surface. God is at work among us and so we try to make space for each of us who struggles with one thing or another. We believe God's community should practice hospitality towards the homeless, the addicts, the disabled, and even those who need to overcome their need to put on a good front.