What We Believe
We believe the Bible is the inspired, infallible, authoritative Word of God, without error in the original languages.
We believe the one true God manifests Himself in three persons—Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
The Deity of Jesus Christ
We believe in the deity of Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, His sinless life, His miracles, His vicarious and atoning death, His bodily resurrection, His complete conquest over the powers of Satan, His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and His imminent return in like manner as He went away.
We believe that the new birth is essential for the salvation, and that this salvation is wholly by grace through faith.
We believe the church consists of all those who truly believe in Jesus Christ and in His atoning death, and who trust in Him as their personal Lord and Savior.
The Holy Spirit
We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit, by whose indwelling born again Christians are enabled to live godly lives.
The Baptism of the Holy Spirit
We believe in a second experience following the new birth, which is referred to as the baptism of the Holy Spirit, or the infilling of the Holy Spirit. This experience is not required for the new birth, but is pertinent to living a successful and impacting life in Christ. Matt. 3:11
The Gifts of the Holy Spirit
We believe that all the gifts of the Holy Spirit in 1 Corinthians 12 are available and operational in the body of Christ today.
We believe that redemption was provided for the spirit, soul, and body in the atonement of Jesus Christ.
Baptism and Holy Communion
We believe in the ordinance of Baptism in water (by immersion) in the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit, on the authority of Jesus’ name. We also believe in the ordinance of Holy Communion.
Heaven and Hell
We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost: they that are saved unto eternal life; they that are lost unto an eternity in hell.
Unity of Believers
We believe in the spiritual unity of all who believe in our Lord Jesus Christ.
This statement of faith is presented as a basis for unity and not for purposes of judgment or division.