The Mission Statement for Queen Street Baptist Church is taken from “The Great Commission and the Greatest Commandment found in Matthew 28:19-20 AND MARK 12:30-31
Our motto is: Together we love God, Together we care for each other, Together we serve our community.
OUR AIM IS TO BE A CHURCH THAT LOVES AND SERVES GOD, HIS PEOPLE AND HIS COMMUNITY
CHURCH SLOGAN: Working Together as one with a passion for God and a passion for people
Working Together in Worship: Putting God first in our lives;
Working Together in Discipleship: helping Christians find a deepening relationship with Christ;
Working Together in Fellowship: encouraging a sense of belonging with others within the church and outside in the community.
Working Together in Ministry: allowing ourselves to be used by God to serve each other
Working Together in Evangelism: sharing God’s love in the community and the world
Working Together in seeking God’s guidance through prayer.
These thoughts can be alternatively be summarised as the “the Six M’s:
MAGNIFY: WORSHIP (putting God first in our lives)
MINISTRY: SERVE (allowing ourselves to be used by God to serve each other and our community)
MATURITY: GROW (allowing Christians find a deepening relationship with Christ)
MEMBERSHIP: BELONG (encouraging a sense of belonging with others (within and outside) QSBC
MISSION: REACHING OUT (sharing God’s love in the community and the world)
MOTIVATED: PRAYER (prioritising prayer as the key to revival and power)
According to these six areas need to provide “join-up” ministry so that they are not isolated aspect of QSBC service to God and the community but each is a part of the intricate dialogue whole. With the foregoing in mind, the major portions of this document are categorised according to these six ares of service-with Administration and Support added as a seventh area to consider. It should be noted that the Deacons’ Business Meeting now operates its monthly agenda on the same basis, and the same categorisation is used in the analysis of church life given in The Purpose Driven Church by Rick Warren.