what we believe

  • GOD

    We believe in one God who exists eternally in three distinct persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. He is all powerful, all knowing, and present everywhere. This God is the creator of all, and by His will all is sustained. He is perfect and holy, while at the same time loving and concerned for all of His creation.

  • JESUS CHRIST

    We believe that Jesus Christ is the second person of the Trinity (God the Son). We believe that and that He is God's only begotten Son, that He was conceived by the Holy Spirit, and born of a virgin in human flesh. Jesus lived a sinless life, performed miracles, taught without error, died for our sins, was raised from the dead on the third day, and is both fully God and fully human.

  • the HOLY SPIRIT

    The Holy Spirit is the third member of the Trinity and coequal with God the Father and God the Son. The Holy Spirit comes in the name of Jesus and works to point people toward Christ. He indwells every believer the moment they are saved, gives spiritual gifts, brings illumination of spiritual truth, and power for living the Christian life.

  • salvation

    We believe that salvation only comes through Jesus Christ. It is not obtained by our good works but instead is a free gift from God. A person can be saved when they believe that Jesus is Lord and that God raised him from the dead . This faith results in a new birth for the believer, thus making him/her "born again." Faith in Christ does not make our decisions and actions immediately perfect, but instead it is the beginning of a new way of life in which God conforms us to His nature.

  • the BIBLE

    We believe that the sixty-six books comprising both the Old and New Testaments, in their original manuscripts, are the inspired word of God. The Bible is God's word to humanity and is the final authority four our church's standards, doctrine and practices. It also determines how we live and behave in our personal lives.

  • the church

    We believe that being part of the Church (meaning the global community of believers) is one of the primary ways God brings transformation in our lives. The Church is not a building, but instead a gathering of people who have come to faith in Jesus Christ. It is the movement of Jesus on the earth, charged with doing good works and proclaiming the message of what God has done to the entire world.

  • ordinances of the church

    An ordinance is a practice prescribed by Jesus, and practiced by the Church. We recognize two such ordinances- baptism and communion. Both of these are very important in the church, but neither of them are a means for salvation.


    Believers baptism, comes from the greek word baptizo’ (bap-tid’-zo) which means to completely submerge or plunge under, so our practice for baptism is immersion, signifying the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Baptism is the next step of every believer who places their faith in Jesus.


    Communion is the joining together of the people of the church to remember the broken body (the bread) and the spilled blood ( the wine), the price that Jesus paid for our sin.

  • the resurrection

    We believe that Jesus Christ bodily rose from the dead, and ascended into Heaven. Jesus’ resurrection stands as a sign of the promise that all who believe in Him will also be raised from the dead at the end of the age.

For a more detailed doctrinal statement click here.