Who We Are
Our mission is to live out our God-given purpose every day by being transformed by Jesus, reaching the lost and making disciples who make disciples.
We are a Wesleyan Church
As a member of a network of churches known as the Wesleyan Church, we believe in one God, who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the Savior of all men and women who put their faith and trust in Him alone.
01. Love God
Our desire is to put God first in everything we do, in all areas of our lives.
03. Pursue Excellence
We believe that God is worth our best, so in all we do, we seek to do all things as unto Him.
02. Love People
Jesus calls us to live out our love for God by loving those around us.
04. Choose Joy
Sometimes life is rough. People are messy. However, in the midst of the mess, our desire is to cling tightly to Jesus, the only true source of joy.
01. We want people to experience Jesus.
Jesus came to restore our relationship with God and only through Him can we have abundant life.
03. We walk alongside people to help them find purpose.
Every man, woman, and child was created for a purpose. Let’s discover what your purpose is – what God shaped you to be.
02. We desire that people find freedom.
A variety of things can keep us from living out the life God calls us to, but through the power of the Holy Spirit, in the context of community of other Jesus-followers, we have power over the things that hold us back.
04. We believe every Jesus-follower can make a difference…
by being a Changemaker. Each one of us is uniquely gifted and placed to have an eternal impact in the lives of those around us.
In 1950, as the church continued to grow and reach more people, the church stepped out in faith and purchased a larger lot on the corner of N. Nottawa and McKee St for a new church building. The church also experienced a name change to Sturgis Wesleyan Church.
Growth continued steadily. In the mid 1980s, plans were created to relocate the church to a piece of property purchased on N. Nottawa. On January 1989, the first services were held in the new church building.
In 2016, Sturgis Wesleyan Church once again went through a name change and changed its name to Radiant Life Church. The church continues to grow, see people take their next step in baptism and proclaim their faith in Jesus!