What we believe about the Bible:

We believe that the Bible is the absolute Truth and God’s final authority. We believe both the Old and New Testament is the inerrant, verbally inspired, and the infallible Word of God. We accept the Bible as our manual for living. Our first question when faced with a decision is, “What does the Bible say?” We practice Bible reading, Bible study, and Bible memorization. The Bible is the basis for all we believe.

What we believe about God and the Trinity:

We believe that there is one true living God who is revealed to us as the Godhead existing eternally in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, and that these three are one God. We believe that God the Father orders all things according to His own purpose for His own glory. We believe that God the Son is Jesus Christ who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born without sin of the Virgin Mary to the redemption of man from sin. We also believe that God the Holy Spirit is sent from God to convict us of sin and righteousness, and to be an indwelling guide, teacher, and source of strength for the believer. We believe that all who receive Jesus Christ as their Savior are born again of the Holy Spirit.

What we believe about salvation:

We believe that salvation is through Jesus Christ alone and the atonement and forgiveness He extended to us on the cross. We believe that man was created in the image of God, that man sinned and because of the fall, incurred both a physical death and a spiritual death. We believe that all human beings are born (inherited because of Adam)  with a sinful nature. We believe that all who call upon the name of the Lord as Savior will be saved and will spend all eternity with God in His kingdom.

What we believe about baptism:

We practice baptism by immersion, under water—the way Jesus was baptized and the way the Bible commands. In the original language the Bible was written in, the word used for Baptism is (Baptisma) which carries the meaning of complete immersion.

What we believe about the ordinance of the Lord’s Supper:

We observe the Lord’s Supper as a symbolic act of obedience. Baptized believing members of the church remember the death of Jesus and anticipate His second coming through sharing in the Lord’s Supper quarterly in our morning worship service.

What we believe about tithing:

We practice tithing as an act of obedient worship to our Savior and Lord. We recognize that tithing 10% of our income is the starting point, and giving above and beyond that should be done proportionately as God blesses us.