We believe in one God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
-We believe in God the Father Almighty, Creator of all things visible and invisible.
-We believe in Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the eternal Word, the one and only Savior. Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary, both fully human and fully divine; Who lived a sinless life; Who suffered and was crucified as an atonement for sin; Who rose again bodily from the dead on the third day; Who ascended into Heaven; and Who will return in victory to rule forever.
-We believe in the Holy Spirit. Who convicts of sin; Who indwells every Christian; Who helps us in our weakness and intercedes for us in prayer; and Who empowers us to a fruitful Christian life.
We believe in the Gospel–the Good News of Salvation.
-That man, created by God, willfully sinned against God and is consequently lost and without hope apart from Jesus Christ.
-That salvation — the forgiveness of sins — is only by grace through the blood of Jesus Christ.
-That one receives salvation by putting faith in Christ, repenting of sin, and confessing Christ, and that the Bible commands every believer in Christ to be baptized by immersion.
-That those who have received salvation through faith in Jesus Christ are sent into the world to proclaim the gospel and to love and serve the world just as Jesus Himself did.
We believe in the Bible–God’s Holy Word, Scripture.
-We believe God inspired the original writings of the Scripture and those original writings were consequently without error.
-We believe that God has maintained the integrity of the Bible so that man is not left on his own to navigate life’s issues by his intellect or popular opinion.
-We believe that the Bible is the final authority for all matters of faith, truth, morality, and Christian living. There are no other religious books that give us the full truth about God.
We believe in the Church of Jesus Christ, founded on the day of Pentecost, consisting of all Christians everywhere, and organized into local churches.
-We believe the Bible teaches that every Christian should be an active member of a local church.
-We believe that the Elders of the church are the overseers of its affairs and the shepherds of its members; that they are the final interpretive authority of the Bible’s meaning and application for the church; and that they are responsible for the oversight, instruction, edification, discipline, and restoration of church members.
-We believe the Bible instructs church members to…
–Meet together regularly for
fellowship, worship, teaching
and the Lord’s Supper.
–Use our natural abilities
and spiritual gifts to serve
–Love one another, bear
with one another, accept
one another, and forgive
–Seek unity, agreement,
and peace with one
–Encourage and build up
–Bear one another’s burdens
and pray for one another.
–Spur one another to love
and good deeds.
–Submit to the authority of
the elders of the church.
–Pursue personal holiness
and obedience to God’s
–Strive together to fulfill the