God is our loving Creator who has made himself known as the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Jesus Christ, who was himself God and God’s only Son, took on flesh (through the Holy Spirit and a miraculous virgin birth) and was crucified, buried, resurrected, and ascended into heaven.

We are saved by God’s gift of grace through our faith in Jesus.

Those who choose to be a Christ-follower are invited by him to be baptized.

Baptism is also God’s gracious action. It is a death to our old life and failings, and a new birth for any person choosing to give their lives to Christ. It is called a washing and renewal. It represents a desire for life-long commitment (what we call discipleship, which includes an active faith and high morality) to Christ. It is also the moment in which we are fully empowered and sealed by his Holy Spirit guaranteeing we will experience a bodily resurrection for an eternity in heaven with God. . . Go Back

The church is a community of Christ-followers.

The Bible is inspired by God and has authority in our lives.

As servants of Jesus, we follow his command to live loving, sacrificial, generous lives.

The Church remains sent on mission.

Jesus and the New Testament call the church to unity.