Doctrine of God

We believe in one God, who was, who is and who will always be. He exists in three distinct persons: God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, each of whom is fully God, yet there is one God.

We believe that God created the world from nothing and governs all things at all times in all places.

Doctrine of Jesus

We believe in the divine nature of Jesus Christ, God the Son, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin, Mary. Jesus was fully God and fully man. Through the person of Jesus, the Scriptures and creation, God reveals Himself to man. Jesus died as the atoning sacrifice for the sins of all mankind. The purpose of His death is to restore our relationship with God which was broken by sin. Jesus rose from the dead and conquered Sin and death in His resurrection. Jesus now interceded for the body of believers to God the Father. He will return in final judgment. 

Doctrine of the Holy Spirit

We believe in the Holy Spirit as the person of the Holy Trinity who lives within us, giving us the power to live a holy life. He is the Administrator of grace to all mankind and is the effective Agent in convicting the world of sin, of righteousness and of judgment. He is the Divine Teacher who guides all believers into truth. Through the active and present work of the Holy Spirit in our lives, our eyes are opened to the truth and pursuit of God. 

The Doctrine of Man

We believe that all mankind was created by God, in His own image, and has inherent worth and value. Because of sin, the nature of man has become corrupt and there is an eternal separation between man and God. Man cannot do anything to overcome this separation and restore their relationship to God. God the Father sent Jesus to take on the judgment of man's sin and offer the only way to restoring man's relationship with God, faith in Jesus Christ.

Doctrine of Sin

We believe that sin is disobedience to God. Sin has fractured all things, leaving the world in desperate need of salvation. 

Doctrine of Revelation

We believe that God has made Himself known to His creation through the person of Jesus Christ, the Scriptures, and creation. The Scriptures are the inerrant Word of God (without error or failure of basic content and meaning), God speaking to His people. Through the active work of the Holy Spirit, the Word comes alive and is relevant and active in our everyday lives. The Scriptures contain all the necessary truth to lead men and women into salvation. The Scriptures are the final authority in all matters pertaining to conduct and doctrine. 

Doctrine of the church

We believe that the church is both the local and universal body of believers. The purpose of the church is to glorify God through the sharing of the gospel with he world and to encourage and build up believers in the truth.