Who We Are
Sozo is a gathering of people who love Jesus, who seek to develop their character and lifestyle after Him, and who learn to live daily in our gathering and in our community in such a way that others would see Jesus in us and want to know Him.
Why the Name Sozo?
Many people ask what Sozo means. Sozo is the Greek word meaning “to save, heal and deliver.” It appears over 100 times in the New Testament and it includes the healing of the entire person: spirit, soul and body.
We believe it’s through Christ we are saved (sozo) spiritually and receive eternal life.
We believe it’s through Christ that we can be delivered (sozo) emotionally from hurts and addictions finding freedom to experience all God has for us.
We believe it’s through Christ that we can pray and be healed (sozo) physically from sickness and disease.
Sozo is a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA) denomination.
"The U.S. Alliance is part of a Christ-centered global movement more than 6 million strong. Our Acts 1:8 family—inspired by Jesus’ love and empowered by His Spirit—is passionate to bring the good news about Him to our neighborhoods and world." Statement according to CMA website at http://www.cmalliance.org/about/.
“Come as you are and become who God designed you to be.”
Our vision is to see many authentic communities where life transformation takes place and people begin to live missionally sharing Christ and making disciples.
Meet Pastor Brett
and his Family
Pastor Brett has served in pastoral ministry for over 20 years in the areas of youth, discipleship, evangelism, missions and now as lead pastor of Sozo Church. Brett and Kerry met in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and were married in 2004. Kerry also has a missionary heart and before they married served in Russia, Singapore, Uganda and England helping to plant churches. They have two boys, Jeremiah and Joshua, who are full of life and keep them young. Brett and Kerry desire to see people transformed by the power of the Gospel and to build a community of faith were people can come as they are and become who God designed them to be.