What We Believe

What We Believe

About The Bible

The Bible is the infallible Word of God and the standard for our faith and conduct. The Bible is our ultimate authority. (2 Tim. 3:16-17).

About God

God has eternally existed in three persons: Father, Son & Holy Spirit. God is the creator of the entire universe and the authority over life. (Gen. 1:1) Because of His compelling love, God sent Jesus Christ into the world to save mankind, through His atoning death on the cross. (John 3:16)

About Jesus Christ

Jesus in the flesh was both God and man. He was born of a virgin and lived a sinless life. He revealed the mind of God in his teachings and performed miracles exactly as described in the Bible. He was crucified, died as a penalty for our sins, and was raised from the dead, bodily on the third day. He is the head of the church and intercedes for believers. He is coming again to this earth at a time which only God knows. (John 14:2-3)

About the Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit lives within every Christian. He guides, instructs, transforms and empowers believers for godly living and service. The Holy Spirit living within Christians is God’s pledge and seal of our salvation. A Christian grows in spiritual maturity through obedience to the Word of God by the indwelling Spirit. (John 14:16-17)

About Salvation

Our relationship with God has been broken by our sin. (Rom. 3:23) Salvation is achieved only by the grace of God, not our own efforts. (Eph. 2:8-9) All are invited by God to accept His free gift of grace through Jesus Christ. A repentant life, a confession of Christ’s lordship over our lives, and baptism by immersion are primary responses of our faith as modeled in the New Testament. Baptism is for the remission of sins and for the gift of the Holy Spirit. (Acts 2:37-39)

About Christian Living

Jesus calls us to follow Him, to allow the Holy Spirit to re-create us to a likeness of Himself, and to serve Him by serving His church and His world. (Rom. 8:29, Philemon 6, Titus 3:14)

About Communion

We invite all believers to participate with us in remembrance of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, and in dedication of our lives to Him. Communion is served every time we meet as a congregation, following the example of the church in the New Testament. (Acts 2:42)