What We Believe

The Trinity

God is One, co-existing, equally, and co-eternal in three Persons (Father, Son, Holy Spirit).

God the Father
He is the Creator and Ruler of all things. He freely sent His son Jesus Christ to redeem and reconcile mankind back to fellowship with Himself.

Jesus Christ
The only begotten Son of God, who is God in the flesh: fully God and fully man. Born of the virgin Mary, conceived of the Holy Spirit and perfect in nature. He shed his blood on the cross for the payment of sin. After his death, he was raised from the dead, making possible eternal life for all those who would believe.

The Holy Spirit
The third Person of the Trinity. Convicts the world of sin and righteousness. He dwells within every believer. He came to glorify the Son, leading every believer with guidance to obey God and glorify Him.

The Bible, which includes all 66 books: 39 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament, is the infallible, inerrant Word of God. It is fully inspired by God and leads people to the knowledge, truth, and salvation of Jesus Christ. It is the final authority for every believer and the Church in all its life, practice, doctrine and teaching.

God created man, male and female, in the image of Himself. Man was tempted by Satan and willing rebelled against God, subjecting all creation to the separation and wrath of God. Only through salvation in Jesus Christ can man be redeem and reconciled to God.

The Gospel
The One True God redeeming and reconciling all creation to Himself, from the sin of mankind, through the life, death, resurrection, and future return of Jesus Christ.

Salvation comes from grace through faith alone, in Jesus Christ alone.

The Return of Christ
Christ will return, visible, personal, physical and glorious to resurrect the living and the dead, judge the world, and destroy Satan, the wicked and all his hosts. He will commence the fulfillment of his Kingdom, the new heavens and the new earth, after Satan, death and sin are destroyed. The righteous, in their new glorious bodies, will dwell with Christ, enjoying him forever.