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What We Believe


We believe in one true God who created everything that exists

(Gen. 1:1). He is one being, existing in three persons: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (1 Cor. 8:6; Matt. 28:19). He is all-powerful, all-knowing, and exists everywhere at once. He is both just and loving, and desires for humanity to have a relationship with Him

(1 Tim. 2:3-4).


The Son came to Earth and was miraculously born of the virgin Mary (Lk. 1:35). He lived a sinless life as fully human while also remaining fully God (Col. 2:9). He was tempted as we are, so He understands our struggles

(Heb. 4:14-17). He became the perfect sacrifice on the cross, taking the punishment we deserve so that our relationship with God may be fixed

(1 Pet. 3:18).

The Holy Spirit

In the first century, the apostles received the gift of the Holy Spirit, which allowed them to perform miracles. This gift was passed on through the laying on of their hands. These men wrote the Bible through the Holy Spirit’s inspiration (2 Pet. 1:20-21;

2 Tim. 3:16). Now that the age of the apostles has ceased, miracles have also ceased (1 Cor. 13:8-10; Jas. 1:25). However, each Christian receives the Holy Spirit upon baptism (Acts 2:38).

He is the guarantee of our salvation and helps us when we pray (Rom. 8:26; Ephesians 1:13-14).

The Bible

The Bible is a collection of narrative, poetry, law, history, and letters that tell the story of God bringing about the salvation of mankind. We believe the writing of these was inspired by God. It is our manual to understand Him and how He expects us to live our lives (2 Tim. 3:16.17; Rom. 15:4).

Sin & Salvation

Sin first entered the world in the Garden of Eden. Because God is holy and perfect, sin separates us from God (Isa. 59:1-2). Because of God’s love for us, He has provided an opportunity to be saved from our sins.

The Church

The church is Jesus’ body on earth, meant to accomplish His will. It is a family made up of many members

(1 Cor. 12:12). Each member has an important role to play in the functioning of the body (Rom. 12:4-5). We worship God together, encourage each other, keep each other accountable, serve each other and the community, and share the hope we have with those around us (Heb. 10:24-25).

God's Plan for Salvation

#1 Hear

Hear of the opportunity for salvation which is revealed in Scripture

(Rom. 10:17, John 8:32)

#2 Believe

Believe the message Christ brought and trust God's promises (Heb.  11:6; Jn. 20:31).

#3 Repent

We must recognize our shortcomings and change our lives by repenting (turning away) from sins (Lk. 13:3,

Acts 17:30)

#4 Confess

Confess that Jesus Christ is Lord (Rom. 10:10, Matt, 10:32)

#5 Be Baptized

Be baptized (immersed) in water for the forgiveness of our sins, which symbolized Jesus’s death, burial, and resurrection (Gal. 3:27, Mk. 16:16, Acts 2:38)

#6 Live Faithfully

Continue living a faithful Christian life, knowing that as long as we are walking in the light, Christ’s blood continues to forgive us when we fall short of His glory (Rev. 2:10).

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