We serve with the following convictions:
- Intolerance of intolerance: trust, respect, and kindness to all. We do not judge or condemn anyone based on gender, race, age, disability, or sexual orientation.
- Spirituality: We serve with the conviction that spirituality is a key factor in our mental health. We believe that being submerged in nature is a spiritual tool that leads to both peace and healing.
- We aim to reflect the steadfast love and mercy of Jesus Christ to people struggling with mental health, and to do so without agenda. While we have our spiritual beliefs, there is no expectation, pressure, nor requirement that any participant must practice Christianity nor conform to its values.
We know and understand that many members of the LGBTQ+ community have been hurt by, and rightfully feel ostracized by Christian communities. We want to instill confidence in our members that we are open, welcoming, and accepting of all people.