This is home of the RED DOOR. The red door is significant for two reasons.
1. In old American tradition, a red door on a home meant it was welcoming of travelers and those in need of a place to stay, being fed, and taken care of. When someone saw a red door they knew the house was a safe refuge to receive care.
2. In the Old Testament, the Israelite people were told to paint blood of a sacrificed lamb on their door frames so that the death angel would 'pass over' their house. A red door meant salvation for those who complied.
We desire to be a place that embraces these two virtues of a red door. We want all to feel welcome. We want you to know that this is a safe place to be real. We also want all who enter to experience God's salvation or continue to live out that experience.
You are invited to join us at the Red Door. Whether it is worshiping in the Refuge or hanging out in the Cafe, our prayer is that you feel welcome and experience Christ's love in a transforming way.