WHAT WE BELIEVE
We believe the Bible to be God-breathed, without error and the absolute truth exhibiting the mind, heart, spirit, and revelation of God. We believe in the Bible's power and authority to transform the lives of people. It is the guidebook we follow in all matters of faith and practice.
We believe there is one true God, who is holy and divine in nature, existing as three persons equally; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We believe in the 2nd person of the Trinity, Jesus Christ who was both fully human and both fully divine. We believe in his death, burial and resurrection and his absolute obedience to his father, God. Upon his ascension, he gave ministry gifts unto men according to Ephesians 4:16; apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers, who are called to continue the work of ministry by equipping believers.
THE HOLY SPIRIT
We believe in the Holy Spirit, who is the giver of all truth and is present as an active agent of change in the lives of believers. He dwells within upon salvation and assists believers in comfort, counsel, conviction, and empowerment. He grants gifts to the believers which further helps one to demonstrate his power and character in the earth.
We believe in the sacrifice that was made by God in sending his Son, Jesus Christ to be the pardon for our sins. Because of this sacrifice and the blood of Jesus shed for our sins, we are now free from the law of sin and death. In confessing our sins, we receive forgiveness from sins and all unrighteousness. This free gift is given to all who will receive it through faith and repentance of sins.
Cleansing from sin occurs through repentance of sin, faith in the precious blood of Jesus Christ, and being baptized in water. We believe that baptism is the outward expression of inward change resulting in a commitment to a relationship with Jesus Christ. Discipleship is an integral part of understanding the life transformation that baptism represents.
Communion is our way of remembering Jesus Christ, and his sacrifice made for our sins. We regularly observe communion monthly and on special occasions. As a family of believers, we are dedicated to upholding the inaugural practice of the disciples in obedience to Christ's request to "Do this in Remembrance of Me".