Our Mission

God does everything with intentionality and purpose.

The story of redemptive history is one that is characterized by a clear focus on the realization of a divine plan. In the life of Jesus we find a keen sense of purpose and focus. Indeed, from his childhood he had a strong sense of self-awareness as to the missional nature of his life (Luke 2:49). Indeed, if ever there was one, Jesus was a “man on a mission.” 

Your sense of purpose – your mission – will shape the choices you make. It will dictate where and how you spend your time, energy, and resources. If you find yourself with a dissatisfied feeling of listlessness, or if you discover that your life seems to be one of spinning your wheels, it could be that you aren’t focused on a fulfilling a grand purpose. If you are looking for something bigger than yourself in which to invest, consider Grace.

At SCPC we desire to be imitators of God as we join in His mission. This brings an intentionality, focus, and purposefulness to our energy and efforts as we engage in ministry.

Our understanding of who God has called us to be as a particular church in Spring, Texas, undergirds our sense of mission. Thus, we at Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church have a keen sense of identity:

We are a body of believers, called by the Holy Spirit, transformed by the Gospel to enjoy and glorify God as we proclaim the God News of salvation through Jesus Christ.

This sense of identity results in a missional commitment to glorifying and enjoying God in four distinct ways:

By Exalting our Lord in joyful biblical worshipthrough

            Services and sermons based upon a deep commitment to biblical truth

            Congregational signing of old and new songs (with old and new tunes)

            Involvement of skilled congregational musicians and vocalists.

 

By Encouraging one another to love and good deeds through

            Steadfast prayer for one another

            A welcoming and gracious atmosphere that permeates all we do

            Creating multiple venues for fellowship and discipleship

 

By Equipping one another for service through

            Robust Christian education programs

            Identification and development of each other’s gifts

            Intentional development of leaders

 

By Engaging the culture around us through

            Outreach in our local community

            Partnering with missionaries globally