|The River Raisin in Monroe|
If a church does have a Mission Statement, it needs to be broader than, e.g., "The Friendly Church." Because I can find "friendly" in a lot of other places. I can sometimes even find "friendlier" in non-church environments. Actually, there was a church near us in Southeast Michigan that once advertised itself in the newspapers as "The Friendliest Church in America." These ads stayed in the paper until the church split and the pastor left.
A Mission Statement can be too boxy. Too limiting. A Mission Statement can delimit the possibilities. God cannot be contained in a box, nor by a Mission Statement. (BTW yes, Redeemer does have a Mission Statement - Heal the sick, deliver the oppressed, raise the dead, and proclaim the Good News about Jesus and His Kingdom. That covers a lot of bases, and was valuable and inspirational when we announced this to our people.)
Your church has a name. Engage in the Jesus-Mission first. This will take you to places no name or title or self-designation can predict. You won't have to advertise this or have long meetings trying to give this a title.