The Holy Bible

We believe that all Scripture, both of the Old and New Testaments, is given by inspiration of God, without error in all that it affirms, and is the only infallible rule of faith and practice. It is fully authoritative and trustworthy, fully sufficient for all believers now and always, and profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and training in righteousness.

The declarations contained in it rest on the authority of God Himself, and there can be no appeal from them to any other authority. The Scripture demands of believers complete obedience and is made increasingly open to those who study and obey it.

The Holy Trinity


We believe in one eternal, omnipresent, unchanging, personal God; perfect in holiness, wisdom, love, power, and justice without preceding cause or beginning. He is both the creator and preserver of all things visible and invisible. He alone is worthy of worship, honor, glory, dominion, praise, and thanksgiving both now and forevermore. He exists as one divine being and yet as a trinity of three distinct persons, identical, inseparable, and equal in divinity, power, and eternity: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.


We believe Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of God. He was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. He combines within Himself both the nature of God and the nature of man in one perfect indivisible personality.

We believe He was crucified and died as a substitutionary atonement for us and for the sins of the whole world, making provision whereby each person may find the forgiveness of sins, the power for a new life, and be brought back into a perfect relationship with the Father.

We believe that He arose from the dead, ascended to the right hand of God, making intercession for us, and that He will come to earth again to receive His Church unto Himself and to judge the world in righteousness.


We believe the Holy Spirit to be the third person of the Trinity, proceeding from both Father and Son, but equal with them. He is the divine agent in conviction of sin, regeneration, sanctification, and the believers’ assurance. He empowers the disciple for service to others and enables each one to love God supremely.

He is given as an indwelling Presence to every believer to be a teacher, guide, and source of comfort. He purifies the heart of the believer and imparts at His own choosing spiritual gifts for service and the building up of the body of Christ. 


We believe that all those persons who repent of their sins, believe in and receive Jesus Christ as their Savior, and are born again into His kingdom by the Holy Spirit, constitutes the Church of Jesus Christ.  We believe that wherever two or three are gathered together regularly and faithfully in the name of Christ, He is truly present in the person of the Holy Spirit.

The Church purposes are to make disciples of all nations and to live as a loving fellowship. It worships in prayer, thanksgiving, and song; diligently studies the Word of God; witnesses to and proclaims the gospel of God’s Son; exercises the gifts of the Spirit; administers discipline; and performs works of blessing and service both physical and spiritual to its members and to all in need.


We believe that God created people as male and female in His own image, capable of knowing and obeying God’s will, in order to glorify God and enjoy His fellowship forever. We believe that Adam and Eve fell from this original state by a voluntary act of disobedience, thus suffering the immediate loss of a perfect relationship with God and making self the center of their lives. All people are born in this disposition to sin. The devastating effects of the Fall extend to all areas of God’s created order.

We believe every human being, without exception or qualification, is created in the image of God and one for whom Jesus laid down his life – and should be treated accordingly. We believe all human beings are of infinite and equal value, worthy of dignity and respect from conception through natural death. 


God designed marriage for humanity. As first described in Genesis and later affirmed by Jesus, marriage is a God ordained, covenant relationship between a male and a female. This lifelong, sexually exclusive relationship brings children into the world and thus sustains the stewardship of the earth. Biblical marriage - marked by faithfulness, sacrificial love and joy - displays the relationship between God and his people.


We affirm the truth that salvation can only be found through faith in Jesus Christ. We believe that by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, through the direct and immediate agency of the Holy Spirit, persons may be reconciled to God and recovered from their fallen state through justification, regeneration, sanctification, and ultimately the resurrection of the body.


We believe in the second coming of Christ to this earth at a time not revealed. At His coming, the dead shall be resurrected, some to everlasting glory and others to everlasting condemnation. We shall stand before the judgment seat of Christ to receive recompense for the things done in the body. The spirits of the righteous will experience joy and life in the presence of God in heaven, but the unrighteous will be separated from His presence in the darkness and torment of their evil in hell. 


We believe in the existence of the Evil One, who by his own choice rebelled against God and became evil. Satan demonstrated his evil character and purpose in his perpetual opposition to Christ and to His people and to His kingdom. But Satan’s power is limited, and in God’s own time he will be chained and finally cast into the lake of fire. While Satan is active in this world, Christians through the power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in them are able to resist Satan’s temptations and have victory over him.