Our Mission & Vision

Crown of Life exists to extend the Kingdom of God by proclaiming the Gospel to today’s people.
Before Jesus ascended into heaven he gave his disciple and us the command to share the good news of sins forgiven with the world. To reach people with the Gospel, we need to take the Gospel to people.  For that reason, Crown of Life is a multi-site church. We are one church worshiping in four different locations. Under God we seek to combine the intimacy of the local church with the impact of a larger church. We believe that through the gospel of Jesus Christ working through and in gatherings of believers in a local congregations, the Holy Spirit will work faith and change lives forever. We believe that Crown of Life is that local church. With a great mix of traditional worship, contemporary music, strong Bible teaching, powerful community growth groups, and an active body in serving others and risking it all on mission, we are reaching out to people with the Gospel and we invite you to join us in this mission.


Our Core Values

Small church intimacy, large church impact.
Large churches have resources in finances, staff and facilities that are attractive to some people who are seeking specific “category” ministries such as teens, children, women, men etc.   Smaller churches have as an important characteristic, personal and face to face relationships between member to member and member to pastor. We will strive for the best of small churches through starting local sites in various places of the Inland Empire and for the best of large churches by pooling resources and ministry between the sites where and when feasible and expedient to do so.  
Outreach minded rather than inwardly focused.
Two important questions that need to be answered are “Who is the church?” and “Who is the church for?”    The Bible teaches that Christians are the body of Christ, the church.  And as “the eye cannot say to the hand, ‘I don’t need you!’ And the head cannot say, ‘I don’t need you!” and as ‘one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it’, so the Christians in the church care for and encourage each other.   In that sense the second question “Who is the church for?” could be answered, “Christians, one for another.”    But in another sense, the church exists to witness to the love and mercy of Jesus in the world, to be light in the darkness and salt in what is wasting away. Because churches very easily become inwardly focused, we will be intentional about outreach, not just as a program of the church but as a privilege from God and a purpose for existing.  Outreach will be well funded, will be the focus of our most committed and gifted lay leaders and will occupy a primary place on the calendar.

 “All things to all men so that by all possible means I might save some.”
We can make our  ministry decisions, direction and focus based on what we choose, are comfortable with, know, want, have done in the past and best serves us or we can make ministry decisions, direction and focus based on what will best reach with the gospel those who are without Christ, who have wandered from Christ or who are not currently involved in a Christian Church.   We will do the latter because Jesus also died for  those outside our church too.  Obviously we will not violate Scripture as St. Paul did not violate Scripture.  But we will along with Paul make our ministry philosophy “all things to all men.”   This will include worship, music, education, outreach, fellowship and other areas of church work and life. When we plan and carry out our ministry, we will consciously include in our planning those whom we do not yet know and that inclusion will show in our plans for all areas of our church wok and life.