Church Diversity Matters
As a church, we dream of a day when 11:00 AM on Sunday is the least segregated hour of the week.
A New Reflection
We imagine a place where men and women of diverse racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds, walk, work, and worship God together as one. This powerful image reflects God’s love for all people in a credible, tangible way. Missional Church desires to be an expression of Heaven on earth — a place where people of varying color, class, and culture walk, work, and worship God together.
What is a Multiethnic Church?
A healthy multiethnic church is one in which people of diverse racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds will themselves to
Walk, work, and worship God together as one to advance a credible witness of God’s love for all people.
Recognize, renew, reconcile, and redeem broken relationships, both interpersonally and collectively.
Advocate and advance justice, mercy, and compassionate work in the community.
Establish equitable systems of responsible authority, leadership, governance, and accountability within the congregation.
Embrace the tension of sound theological reflection and applicational relevance in an increasingly complex and intersectional society for the sake of the Gospel.
Diverse Church in Phoenix
Missional Church strives to be a healthy multiethnic church in the Phoenix area. If you’re looking for an intercultural or multiracial church in Phoenix, Arizona, then you’ve come to the right place. We provide a safe place for people of varying life experiences and backgrounds to be one in the church for the sake of the Gospel. We hope you find that perspective and experience matter at Missional Church. We also hope our congregation and leadership eventually reflect the beauty and diversity of our community and the kingdom of God. No matter who you are or from where you’ve come, you’ll feel welcomed to belong at Missional Church.
Missional Church is associated with the Mosaix Global Network, a relational network of local church pastors and planters, denominational and network leaders, educators, authors, and researchers, that exists to establish healthy multiethnic and economically diverse, culturally intelligent, biblically just, and financially sustainable churches throughout North America and beyond.
15 Bible Verses That Show God’s Heart for Injustice
Throughout the Bible, God shows how much He cares about justice for everyone. Download the PDF to discover 15 verses from the Bible that show God’s heart toward injustice in the world.
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