We believe in the deity of Jesus as the only begotten Son of God. We believe in his substitutionary death for all men, His bodily resurrection, and His eventual return to judge the earth.
We believe that all men are born with a sinful nature and that the work of the Cross was to redeem man from the power of sin. We believe that this salvation is available to all who will receive it.
We believe in the ordinance of water baptism by immersion in obedience to the Word of God. All those who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Personal Savior should be baptized in water as a public profession of their faith in Christ and to experience what the Bible calls the “circumcision of the Spirit.”
We believe in the Church as the eternal and universal Body of Christ consisting of all those who have accepted the work of the atonement. We believe in the need for a local assembly of believers for the purposes of evangelism and edification.
We believe in the worship of the Lord through singing, clapping, and the lifting of hands. We believe in the authority of the believer to ask freely of the Lord for his needs.
We believe in the Promise of Genesis 12:3 regarding the Jewish people and the Nation of Israel and that this is an eternal covenant between God and the seed of Abraham to which God is faithful.
We believe in the sacred scripture as the inspired Word of God and that it is the complete revelation of God’s will for mankind. We believe in the absolute authority of the scripture to govern the affairs of men.
We believe that evangelism is the obligation of every follower of Jesus Christ. The Lord commands us to go out and make disciples in all the Earth.
We believe that each person is first responsible to evangelism in they own family as the Holy Spirit leads them and gives them the ability.
We believe in the existence of the Holy Spirit as the third person of the Trinity and in his interaction with man.
We believe in the baptism of the Holy Spirit as manifest by the fruit and the gifts of the Spirit.
We believe in the ministry of the Holy Spirit to the Church body through the anointing of oil by the Elders of the church.