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About Us

Thanks for visiting GlenHaven Church! We are delighted that you’ve found our website and we hope that you will soon find your way to our church family.

You will quickly discover that our congregation is Christ-centered and Bible-based. Nothing is more important to us than growing deeper in our relationship with Jesus. We are a family of faith passionately dedicated to training disciples and seeing lives transformed by the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ! GlenHaven is made up of all kinds of people from different backgrounds: men and women, young and old, families and individuals. People come from a variety of contexts and vocations. We want you to make yourself at home at GlenHaven. Feel free to ask questions and build friendships. Our hope is that you will meet God in this place!

GlenHaven is a "re-plant" of St. Luke Joy Presbyterian Church. Being a "re-plant" means we are an existing congregation that has taken on the mentality of a church plant. We desire to be faithful to God's call in our lives by renewing our mission in our community.

At GlenHaven you will find a rich diversity of people grounded in God's word and Holy Spirit power. 

GlenHaven Church is a member of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) and, along with our denomination, affirms the truths of the historic, orthodox Christian faith which are stated in the following  “Essentials” of the EPC:


The following is the Mission and Methods of GlenHaven Church:

Mission: To Know Christ – Becoming Like Him – For The Glory of God!

Vision: To be a church to our community that preaches the good news of Jesus Christ, serves the needs of our neighbors, and empowers disciples to make disciples! 

Philippians 3: 7-14, Rom. 8:29-32, Col. 3:10, Eph. 4:12-24, 2 Cor. 5:17-18, 1 John 1:7, Hebrews 10: 24-25


Method: How we will achieve our mission                     Desired Outcome:


  1. Receive (His mercy)                                                   Christ Alive in/with You

  2. Respond (in Repentance & Gratitude)                    Worship / Thanksgiving

  3. Renew (our Minds)                                                    Growth (Small Group/Personal Time)          

  4. Release (His Good News/Gifts)                                Witness / Service / Mission        


Values (our commitments):                                                                          



  • Missional                                 Our attitude                 How we share the message 

  • Reformed                                Our theology               How we view of the Bible

  • Presbyterian                            Our leadership            How we govern ourselves (denomination)



  • Essentials of our faith             What we believe         EPC Essentials

  • Ethical Imperatives                 How we behave          How we conduct ourselves


  • Grace                                      Gal. 3:1-5                    vs. legalism

  • Health                                     Col. 2:6-7                    vs. width / growth in numbers

  • Friendship                              2 Thess. 2:7-8              vs. just being friendly

  • Simplicity                               Heb. 12:2                    Let’s do a few things

  • Excellence                              Phil. 3:13-14               and do them really well

  • Generosity                              2 Cor. 9:11                   We are blessed to be a blessing

  • Balance                                   Luke 2:52                    emotional / spiritual maturity / worship

  • Listening                                 Ecc. 5:1                       To God, each other & unchurched friends

  • Caring                                     Acts 6: 1-7                  major role of deacons

  • Teaching                                 Eph. 4: 11-13              major role of pastors/elders

  • Diversity                                 Eph. 4:11, Rev. 7:9      vs. uniformity 

  • Evaluation                               1 Peter 4:17                 keep improving

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