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We believe should always have, give, and believe in hope. 

We believe in creating environments and spaces of acceptance for everyone, no matter where they are in life. Everyone should have a place at the table.  

We believe that it's not enough to just accept someone, but we are called to do life with people who are different than us. The church should be the place that leads the way in making sure there is unity

We believe that when we are unified relationally, we are better positioned to help those around us, stepping up to provide service to our communities no matter where we live. 

THE BIBLE was written by human beings under the supernatural guidance of the Holy Spirit. It's words are true and should be applied to our daily lives. 

THE TRINITY is God in the form of three different persons. God is God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Each part of God serves a different purpose, but ultimately connected to one being, the Trinity. 

THE CHURCH is a community of people from different backgrounds of life who are connected by their belief in Jesus Christ. The church is called to spread hope, acceptance, unity, and service to our communities, both local and global.

SALVATION is freely given to anyone who believes in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Salvation cannot be earned through our own goodness, but is freely given by the grace of God. 

BAPTISM is one's way of taking their faith public and is an important part of the Christian journey. We believe in full immersion baptism for those who are able to make the spiritual decision for themselves. 

COMMUNION represents the sacrifice of the body and blood of Jesus and is remembered by believers taking part in a special moment of eating bread and drinking juice. 

INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY are not just cultural buzz words, but a biblical standard that we fully embrace. We are happy to be loving and welcoming to anyone regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation. We support women and members of the LGBTQ community serving in every level of ministry.

our pastor

DEJON CAMPBELL (he/him) is a communicator, creative, and Lead Pastor of HAUS Church. His background includes the development and leadership of youth, young adult, and teaching ministries in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area, North Carolina, and Texas. In addition, he has an extensive background in the arts - having performed in musicals, plays, and feature films. He is currently writing a faith based miniseries.

Pastor D has served as the Youth Minister at Ephesians Baptist Church (Clinton, Maryland), Associate Minister to Youth and Young Adults at Macedonia Baptist Church (Arlington, VA), Family Ministries Pastor at Newhope Church (multiple campuses in North and South Carolina, in addition to Nairobi, Kenya), and Student and Young Adult Pastor at Greater Mt. Zion Church (Austin, Texas). His ministry experience spans nearly a decade. 


HAUS Church is Pastor D's largest endeavor, and he has a vision of building an inclusive global community rooted in hope, acceptance, unity, and service. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas and was born and raised in the Washington, DC area.

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