Beliefs

We Believe in Jesus Christ
Jesus is the eternal living Son of God, was born of a virgin, lived, was crucified, died, and was buried. We believe that God raised him from the dead and that he ascended to the right hand of His Father in heaven. We believe He will return in glory.

We Believe in the Word of God
God’s timeless principles are revealed to us in the Scriptures leading us, both as the church and individually, to handle our responses, our relationships and our day-to-day lives in such a way as to model the credibility of the Good News of Jesus Christ to the world and to other believers.

We Believe in Worship
We believe that God is honored when we express our thanksgiving, praise and adoration to him in heartfelt worship. Because of this singing and prayer play an important role in our corporate gatherings. We believe the chief end of man is to “glorify God and to enjoy him forever.”

We Believe in Living the Spirit-Filled Life
We encourage believers to embrace the living ministry of the Holy Spirit today. Through the Holy Spirit believers are empowered to be transformed into the image and character of Jesus Christ.

We Believe Our Purpose is to Glorify God
We believe this is accomplished by trusting in God’s Word and embracing the work of the Holy Spirit. We encourage this through worship, prayer and studying the Word of God in order to rightly mature in our practice and understanding of His Truth.

We Believe in Seeking Unity throughout the whole Body of Christ by embracing others in the love of Jesus.

We Believe God Has Called Us to Proclaim His Good News to the world that they might know that Jesus is the only Son of God and the true hope of salvation for all who will receive Him.

We Believe in the Historic Doctrines of the Christian Faith including among many: the doctrine of the Trinity, the divine inspiration of the Scriptures, the deity of Christ, the fall of man into sin and separation from God, the reality of evil, the salvation that Christ’s atoning sacrifice alone provides, the need of man to humble himself before God to receive this saving grace, the essential need of the regenerating power of the Holy Spirit to change the heart of man, that salvation is by grace alone, that Christ will return to establish his everlasting kingdom.