Beliefs and values

As evangelical Christians, we affirm the revealed truth of the one God in three persons - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - as presented in the Scriptures.

Our mission

The mission of UNIDA is to preach and teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to help people love God, love people, and change the world. We are a welcoming community that inspires faith and action to make the world a better place with God's love.

Love God

"You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.This is the greatest and most important commandment."

Matthew 22:37-38

Love People

"The second is exactly like it: ‘You must love your neighbor as yourself'"

Matthew 22:39

Change the World

"Therefore, as you go, disciple people in all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to obey everything that I’ve commanded you. And remember, I am with you each and every day[a] until the end of the age.”"

Matthew 28:19-20

Our vision

In UNIDA, we are a multigenerational and bilingual (Catalan and Spanish) community of committed disciples of Jesus, dedicated to sharing our faith and lives with others, reaching those who do not know God, and blessing our communities and the world. Through prayer, collaboration, leadership, and innovation, we aspire to reveal God and His Kingdom in this world.

We believe that through our transformed lives and radical generosity, we can achieve the vision that God has for us and for the world.

Com a església, nosaltres…

Foto d'una persona amb la mà alçada lloant Déu

"We follow Jesus: we seek total dependence on Him."

John 12:26, Mark 8:34, Galatians 5:25

  • We trust in the Holy Spirit and seek God's guidance in everything we do.
  • We engage in spiritual disciplines daily.
  • We pray regularly.
  • We reflect Christ in our interactions with one another.

Foto de dues dones xerrant a la UNIDA

"We love people: everyone is important to God."

Luke 5:30-32, Luke 15

  • We help people find and follow Jesus.
  • We are known for what we support, not for what we reject.
  • We care about those who are suffering.
  • We serve others even when it's inconvenient.

Foto de dues dones xerrant, una amb uns cascos de tècnic i l'altre amb una Bíblia a la ma

"We follow the following steps: being, not just arriving."

Colossians 2:6-7, 2 Peter 1:5-8, James 1:22-25.

  • We believe everyone has a next step.
  • We take responsibility for our own growth and development.
  • We are always in a learning posture.
  • We practice empathy, patience, and grace in the journeys of others.

Foto d'una noia jove tocant la trompeta i un adult tocant la guitarra i cantant

"We make ourselves young: raising the next generation."

Psalm 145:4, Deuteronomy 6:6-9, 1 Timothy 4:12

  • We believe that no one is too young to lead and no one is too old to learn
  • We celebrate our investment in children and young students
  • We always seek apprentices and aim to replace ourselves
  • We design to serve a multigenerational congregation

Dos homes xerrant a l'exterior de la UNIDA

"We are authentic: we bring all that we are."

1 Samuel 16:7, Romans 8:1-2, Ephesians 2:10

  • We seek continuous growth in self-awareness.
  • We don't expect perfection: we welcome questions and doubts.
  • We value people over products.
  • We offer our best and most creative work to God, and leave the results in His hands.

Next steps

Welcome to UNIDA (What is UNIDA)

"What is UNIDA" is an opportunity to connect with our church family and discover how God is opening paths within and through us. If you are new to UNIDA or would like to feel more connected with the community, this four-week experience is for you. You will meet our pastors, learn more about who we are and how we want to make a difference in the world, and discover how God invites you to take your next step on your spiritual journey. Don't miss this opportunity to grow in faith and community.

Baptism and Holy Communion

UNIDA observes two biblical ordinances rooted in the actions and teachings of Jesus Christ: Baptism and Holy Communion. These ordinances represent both the individual inner commitment to a personal relationship with Jesus and the corporate outward sign of being connected to a local community of Christ's followers: the local church.

Basic beliefs

The basic beliefs of UNIDA describe our theological positions on key aspects of faith. Centered on Christ and His message, ours is a biblical theology rather than a speculative, subjective, or merely tradition-based theology. These beliefs are directly derived from Scripture (both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible).