Statement of Faith
The Word of God
We accept and believe the Bible is the inspired, inerrant Word of God. We receive it, as the revealed will and way of God for our daily life.
We believe in the Godhead, the Holy Trinity, in which there are three Persons of one substance, power, and eternity – the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
We believe in God the Father Almighty, revealed to mankind as an awesome God of grace, love, might, mercy, justice and holiness.
We believe in Jesus Christ, who is both fully God and fully man; His virgin birth, His sinless life, His substitionary and redeeming death, His physical resurrection, and His imminent return to earth.
The Holy Spirit
We believe in the Holy Spirit who inspired, reveals, and ministers the Word of God, empowering Christians to serve God in victory.
We believe salvation is available to all mankind. After realizing your sinfulness and need for a Savior, you must believe in Jesus Christ, receive His sacrifice for your sin, and then live a life of devotion to Him. This is not a salvation of works, but of grace. Good works are the result of a genuine faith in Jesus Christ.
We believe in entire sanctification following regeneration, whereby the believers are cleansed from the pollution of sin, saved from its power, and enabled through grace, to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love their neighbor as themselves. Thus, to become truly born again.
A Holy Life
We believe that every Christian is expected and empowered to live a holy life, one that is truly reflects the character of the God we serve.
We believe in two sacraments, Baptism and Holy Communion.
We believe that just as Christ rose from the dead so will those who belong to him. All mankind will stand in judgment before him, those who received His grace will spend an eternity with Him in glory and those that rejected Him will spend an eternity away from His presence in hell. The choices we make in this life determine our eternal destination.
We believe in the local and universal church, which is the body of Christ on earth. Christians are the church. Not a building. Therefore we are just a small part of the body of Christ.
We believe that all Christians are called to share their faith with the rest of humanity in order that all might be saved. This is not just a verbal directive, but a ministry of living example. Everything that you say, think, and do should be a living representation of the character of God.