What is a Plumbline?
A plumbline is an image from the book of Amos in the Old Testament and it happens to be a practical tool that painters and carpenters use to ensure their work isn’t crooked or out of spec. It’s used to see if something is straight and true. The Plumbline values you see below are anchored in God and flow from our relationship with the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. What you see below are the specific things the Lord has called our church to fully embrace and to joyfully celebrate.
The stubborn belief that the grace of God leads us to embody the Gospel of Jesus holistically, in word, deed, and with the entirety of our lives.
Willing to risk and eager to trust God as He calls us to follow Him.
Anglican: Anglican Church in North America
Empowered by the Spirit, grounded in Scripture, and formed by Sacrament.
Valuing affinity and working alongside those who are doing fruitful kingdom work.
A commitment to growth and spiritual health as disciples living in Christian community.
Listen to Fr. Joel's sermon here: "KOK 2.0 - A New Season"
Listen to Bishop Terrell's latest sermon here: "A Passion for Bringing People into the Presence of Jesus"