What We Believe
Our purpose, in the words of Jesus, is to 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul and mind...and to love your neighbour as yourself'.
We cherish the Bible; it is the complete and reliable revelation of God to humankind, relevant to our life and future.
We follow Jesus Christ; He, as both God and man stepped into human history dealing decisively with our issues of purpose, sin, and death.
We trust that Jesus Christ died for our sins, and He, by rising from the dead, gives eternal life to all who believe in Him.
We love people; each person is uniquely created in the image and likeness of God, is to be highly valued, and will exist forever.
We believe our ultimate goal is to bring glory to God and to enjoy Him forever.
We believe in the exercise of the Believer's Gifts. Under the direction of the leadership team, Everyone attended is encouraged to use their gifting To the edification of Believers. All are responsible for contributing to the operations of the church. We don't have any paid staff. It's all on a volunteer basis.
We believe in the words of the Bible, and in1 Corinthians 11:26 it said as often, as you shall meet, Do this in remembrance of me— 1 Corinthians 11:26 For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until He comes. So in saying that every Sunday, We have communion to remember the Lord Jesus Christ's gift to us.
We are committed to applying the principles from the life of Jesus and from the Bible, as a whole, to our everyday lives.
When we are immersed in the waters of baptism, we’re proclaiming the gospel message. Jesus died for our sins, was buried, and lives again. By joining in baptism, we’re identifying ourselves with Him. Romans 6:4 says we have been buried with Him through baptism into death. We’re now dead to the power of sin.
Being raised up out of the water expresses our new life in Christ and our union with Him. If the meaning of baptism could be summarized to one word, that word would be identification. Baptism speaks primarily of personal, public identification with Jesus Christ.