Vision Statement

Our vision is to touch the individual, the family, our community, our culture and the world with the Word of God,
To have transformed lives that will transfer the values of the kingdom of God.

Mission Statement

Bringing people to Jesus and membership in His family, developing them to Christ-like maturity, and equipping them for their
ministry in the church and life mission in the world, in order that we may magnify God’s name.
JESUS
IS
LORD

Come Worship With Us
Lithonia, Georgia
Mailing Address:
PO Box 763 Redan Ga 30074
(770) 469-3056

Unity of Faith Christian Church exist to love God and worship Him.  To love and care for one
another and to share the joys and the struggles of growing as a Christian community seeking to bring glory
to His name. To share the message of Jesus, the gospel with all who will hear, through lives that
demonstrate His love, mercy and justice in all our relationships, in our communities, in our nation and in our
world.

We do this by deciding to follow Jesus and to make a daily decision to live for God each day.  By earnestly
studying His Word and seeking to value what God values and to practice the principles found in His Word.




Theology of Worship

The Primacy & Importance of Worship
God alone is worthy of worship and delights in His own glory, and so creates, seeks, saves, and commands
His people to worship Him. Though believers’ entire lives are to be characterized by spiritual service of
worship, God is present and blesses His people in a special way in corporate worship. Our greatest duty
and delight is in worshiping the triune God in the beauty of holiness
(1 Chronicles 16:29; Psalms 29:2; 96:9).

Reformed Worship as Word Centered
Since worship is of utmost importance, it must be protected by ordained ministers entrusted to guard the
Gospel, lead worship, and train those under their care to offer acceptable worship, in spirit and truth. We
adhere to the principle of Sola Scriptura (by Scripture Alone). God commands to be worshiped according to
His revealed will alone, not according to personal preferences and cultural fads. The very content of God’s
Word also should hold a prominent place within virtually every liturgical element.

Ordinary Means of Grace
God sovereignly establishes and increases faith through His ordained means, often called ordinary means
of grace, which are vital for believers’ spiritual nourishment and growth. God’s people are therefore
commanded to participate regularly in Lord’s Day corporate worship, in dependence upon God’s Spirit Who
applies Christ’s benefits through His Word and sacraments. We therefore practice systematic expository
preaching of God’s Word, recognize spoken and sung prayer as the chief means of gratitude and praise to
God, and administer the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. We celebrate the Lord's Supper
every Sunday Morning. As such, we are a church governed by the ordinary means of grace. Although
various ministries and fellowship opportunities certainly exist within our church community, we are not a
program-driven church but an ordinary-means-of-grace-driven church.


Marks of
the Church

The Solas
of the
Protestant
Reformation