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At Catalina, we have a vision for the kind of church we want to be.

A large part of what helps us focus on relationships and keep things simple is a clear set of values. These values drive the decisions we make, keep us focused, shape the culture of our church, and guide the way that we respond to life. At Catalina, we have a vision to grow by building relationships and simplifying busy lives with Christ. Throughout the journey, we constantly evaluate our decisions against the DNA God has given us as a church. We hope you share these values with us and join us on the journey.

Jesus Is Who He Says He Is

We find Christ, the Son of God, as the cornerstone of our faith.


The Holy Spirit Is Impressive

...and what’s most impressive is that He is with us to help us do life God’s way.


Ancient Scripture Is Currently Relevant

We are fascinated at how the root challenges of humanity are never-changing and how God’s word gives us a timeless relationship.


Biblical Discipleship Is Relational

God’s word in community fosters deeper understanding and accountability –and it’s more fun!


Meet People Where They Are & Challenge Them To Go Deeper In Their Faith

No one has arrived. No one is too far gone. We are here to create an introduction to a deeper walk with God through Christ and the Holy Spirit.


Pursuing God Should Not Make Us "Churchy"

In-speak and insulated religion is not what God has in mind for us. We are called to be normal and walk with a big God.


Life Is Busy Enough

We’ll fight to keep church from being a burden and we’ll work to maintain balance in commitment.


Life Has Enough Drama

Church shouldn’t be a political head game. We forgive one another, talk things through, and assume the best of others.


We Want To Create A Church That Non-Church People Want To Go To

We aren’t just here for church people. This is a place to invite friends with confidence–knowing that they will be challenged to go deeper in a way that is relevant, non-threatening and encouraging.Church shouldn’t be a political head game. We forgive one another, talk things through, and assume the best of others.


The Bible Rules

Scripture gives us the ultimate answers to life.