What We Believe


He is the one true God. Creator of all things, infinitely perfect and eternally existing in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. 


That He is truly God and truly man, existing for all eternity and having been conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. He lived a life without sin, was crucified on the cross as a sacrifice for our sins, rose from the dead and ascended into Heaven where He now reigns as our High Priest and Mediator. 

Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is one with God the Father and Jesus Christ. Those who accept Christ as their Savior will receive the Holy Spirit to live inside them.

The Holy Spirit serves as our comforter, guide and advocate. The Holy Spirit is given to Christians and provides guidance in living, an understanding of the Bible, and prayerfully intercedes for them.


Our foundation is based firmly upon the Bible as our final authority on Christian beliefs and as a guide to living.

The Bible is divinely inspired by God, without error, given to man so that we may know and understand the truth of God and His love.


We believe the church, as the body of Christ, is the extension of Jesus Christ’s character, attitude, behavior, and mission in our world today. 

We believe that Christ is the foundation of the Church and its cornerstone. We believe that the Church does not equal a mere building but a unified body of believers around the world.

We believe that the Church is to conduct itself in a way that resembles Jesus so that it can carry out the mission of God.


Salvation is not something that can be purchased or earned. It is a free gift from God provided by Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross and is received through faith.

It is available to everyone who accepts Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord. That faith is expressed through repentance of sin and baptism by immersion.

Prayer & Communion

We believe that humility in prayer is the foundation for all we do and that celebrating communion together is beneficial for all Christians.


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