Signature Truths

One City Church is made up of unique people with unique experiences and encounters with God.

Whether these experiences are good or bad, God never wastes an opportunity to teach us a truth and conform us to the image of His Son. We refer to these truths as “signature truths” because they’re as unique as our individual signatures. Most of the time, these signature truths come at a great cost; therefore, they become convictions that are rarely compromised.

These are the signature truths of One City Church…

We are All One

At One City, our first signature truth is built into our name. It’s essential for us to represent diversity and unity.


We are Spirit-led

One City is committed to emphasizing who the Holy Spirit is and what the Holy Spirit does according to Scripture.


We Honor the Sabbath

Scripture is clear that God wants to bless us with a day to enjoy Him and to enjoy one another.


We Prioritize Friendship

One of the reasons we want to do less as a church is for you to do more as friends.


We are Committed to a Priority Time

A priority time is a daily, unhurried, inspired time to read the Word of God to know the God of the Word.


We Champion an L3 Legacy

L3 Legacy is investing in 3 types of leaders: Emerging Leaders, Established Leaders, and Executive Leaders.


We Believe in the Power of Prayer

We'll ask, seek, and knock so persistently that prodigals come home, strongholds are broken, and mountains are moved.


We are Givers of Gifts

We will be a people who are always looking for bigger and better ways to be a blessing.


We are Storytellers

We will use every expression of creativity to be inspirational storytellers. It’s our desire to inspire people to faith, hope, and love.


We Will Always Go the Extra Mile

It’s our commitment to restore leaders in a spirit of gentleness and help carry their burdens.




Zechariah 4:6-7 is a promise given to us regarding the fulfillment of God’s mission: ‘Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,’ says the Lord of hosts. ‘What are you, O great mountain? Before Zerubbabel you will become a plain; and he will bring forth the top stone with shouts of “Grace, grace to it!”’”