Our Beliefs:

Faith in Christ expressing itself through love.

The Scriptures

The Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, as originally received, were verbally inspired by God. God superintended the human authors to compose the inerrant original writings. For this reason, the Bible is the supreme and final authority for faith and life. (2 Tim 3:16-17; 2 Pet 1:21)

The Trinity

There is only one eternal, uncreated, living and true God (historically known as the Holy God of Israel) who uniquely holds the divine attributes, is the creator and supreme ruler of heaven and earth, and is therefore the only being worthy of worship (Deut 6:4; 1 Cor 8:4). 

In the united Godhead are three persons, The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit, equal in Holy Divinity and executing distinct but harmonious offices. Each is eternal and carries equally all of the divine attributes. Each was active in the Creation and works together to accomplish salvation (Eph 1:3-14).

God the Father

The first person of the Trinity claims this distinction as the one who receives glory from the other members of the Godhead. He orders & governs all things according to His purpose and grace (Ps 145:8-9; 1 Cor 8:6).

God the Son - Jesus Christ

The second person of the Trinity humbled Himself and became a man, Jesus the Christ (Messiah). The purpose of His incarnation was to reveal God, redeem men, and rule over God’s Kingdom (Isa 9:6-7; Matt 4:17; 7:29; Heb 10:1-10).

His Miraculous Humanity

  • Jesus was miraculously begotten by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary, and is 100% God and 100% man. (Matt 1:23; Luke 1:35)

His Unlimited Redemption

  • God the Son (Jesus Christ)  voluntarily took upon Himself the sins of the world, becoming the final sacrifice and payment necessary for perfectly sinful mankind to be reconciled to the perfectly holy God of Israel (Rom 3:25). 
  • This atoning work is unlimited in its sufficiency for all of the sins of man throughout his history (1 John 2:2).

His Historical Resurrection

  • Jesus died a literal death on the cross, with the physical confirmation coming from the spear thrust into His side, and the legal confirmation coming from the three days spent in the tomb (John 19:33-34; Matt 27:64-28:1). 
  • Just as He promised, the Father raised Jesus bodily from the grave, confirming His deity, accepting the atoning work of the cross, and guaranteeing the future resurrection of all believers (1 Cor 15:20-23). 
  • The resurrected Jesus is an historical fact, having been attested to by the apostles and crowds of up to 500 at a time. (1 Cor 15:6)

God the Spirit - Holy Ghost

The third person of the Trinity bears witness of Christ to the lost world, and empowers the preaching of the Gospel (Acts 5:30-32). He began His active New Testament ministry at the Day of Pentecost when Christ’s promise of a Comforter was fulfilled by God sending the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1-4). He is the divine teacher who superintended the Holy Men of God as they composed God’s Revelation of Scripture (John 16:13; 2 Pet 1:19-21). He is active in the hearts of believers by providing Spiritual Gifts and in applying  the discovered Truths of the Word of God to the heart (Eph 2:22).


On the sixth day of creation, mankind was literally created in the image of God. He sinned and thereby incurred not only physical death but also that spiritual death which is separation from God. As a result of the original sin,  all human beings are born with a sinful nature and, at the point of moral responsibility, become sinners in thought, word, and deed (Rom 5:12-17).


Salvation through accepting in faith that Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection was the means of atoning for man’s sin is freely offered to all through the Gospel (Rom 9:22-23). All who receive this gift by faith in the Lord Jesus Christ are born again of the Holy Spirit and thereby become children of God (John 1:12; Titus 3:5).

The Church

The local church is the visible called out assembly of redeemed, baptized by immersion believers who have joined together for worship, work, and fellowship (1 Cor 12:12-13).   

Its Ordinances

The local church is responsible to govern and administer the two ordinances of the church (1 Cor 11:2)

  • Baptism by Immersion (Matt 28:19-20)
  • The Lord’s Supper (1 Cor 11:23-26)

Its Governance

The local church is an independent and self-governing body responsible alone to Christ, who is its Savior and Lord (Acts 13:1-3). Local churches may combine efforts with other like minded churches for the purpose of expanding the Kingdom of God (2 Cor 8:1-4). The Biblical leadership of a church consists of set apart men who fulfill the offices of Pastor/Elder and Deacon (1 Tim 3:1-13).

Future Events

The Second Coming of Christ

Christ will return personally and bodily before the seven-year tribulation (1 Thess 4:16; Tit 2:13) to remove His church from this earth (John 14:1-3; 1 Thess 4:15-18).

The Eternal State of Man

All mankind has been given an eternal soul. At the end of time, all will be resurrected to their eternal reward. The redeemed believers are raised to an everlasting blessedness and the unjust to an everlasting conscious punishment (John 5:28-29; 1 Thess 4:17; Rev 20:15).