We believe in one God, Cre­ator of all things, holy, infi­nitely per­fect, and eter­nally exist­ing in a lov­ing unity of three equally divine Per­sons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Hav­ing lim­it­less knowl­edge and sov­er­eign power, God has gra­ciously pur­posed from eter­nity to redeem a peo­ple for Him­self and to make all things new for His own glory.  





We believe that God has spo­ken in the Scrip­tures, both Old and New Tes­ta­ments, through the words of human authors. As the ver­bally inspired Word of God, the Bible is with­out error in the orig­i­nal writ­ings, the com­plete rev­e­la­tion of His will for sal­va­tion, and the ulti­mate author­ity by which every realm of human knowl­edge and endeavor should be judged. There­fore, it is to be believed in all that it teaches, obeyed in all that it requires, and trusted in all that it promises.





We believe that God cre­ated Adam and Eve in His image, but they sinned when tempted by Satan. In union with Adam, human beings are sin­ners by nature and by choice, alien­ated from God, and under His wrath. Only through God’s sav­ing work in Jesus Christ can we be res­cued, rec­on­ciled and renewed.





We believe that Jesus Christ is God incar­nate, fully God and fully man, one Per­son in two natures. Jesus-Israel’s promised Messiah-was con­ceived through the Holy Spirit and born of the vir­gin Mary. He lived a sin­less life, was cru­ci­fied under Pon­tius Pilate, arose bod­ily from the dead, ascended into heaven and sits at the right hand of God the Father as our High Priest and Advocate.





We believe that Jesus Christ, as our rep­re­sen­ta­tive and sub­sti­tute, shed His blood on the cross as the per­fect, all-sufficient sac­ri­fice for our sins. His aton­ing death and vic­to­ri­ous res­ur­rec­tion con­sti­tute the only ground for salvation.





We believe that the Holy Spirit, in all that He does, glo­ri­fies the Lord Jesus Christ. He con­victs the world of its guilt. He regen­er­ates sin­ners, and in Him they are bap­tized into union with Christ and adopted as heirs in the fam­ily of God. He also indwells, illu­mi­nates, guides, equips and empow­ers believ­ers for Christ-like liv­ing and service.




We believe that the true church com­prises all who have been jus­ti­fied by God’s grace through faith alone in Christ alone. They are united by the Holy Spirit in the body of Christ, of which He is the Head. The true church is man­i­fest in local churches, whose mem­ber­ship should be com­posed only of believ­ers. The Lord Jesus man­dated two ordi­nances, bap­tism and the Lord’s Sup­per, which vis­i­bly and tan­gi­bly express the gospel. Though they are not the means of sal­va­tion, when cel­e­brated by the church in gen­uine faith, these ordi­nances con­firm and nour­ish the believer.





We believe that God’s jus­ti­fy­ing grace must not be sep­a­rated from His sanc­ti­fy­ing power and pur­pose. God com­mands us to love Him supremely and oth­ers sac­ri­fi­cially, and to live out our faith with care for one another, com­pas­sion toward the poor and jus­tice for the oppressed. With God’s Word, the Spirit’s power, and fer­vent prayer in Christ’s name, we are to com­bat the spir­i­tual forces of evil. In obe­di­ence to Christ’s com­mis­sion, we are to make dis­ci­ples among all peo­ple, always bear­ing wit­ness to the gospel in word and deed.





We believe in the per­sonal, bod­ily and glorious return of our Lord Jesus Christ. The com­ing of Christ, at a time known only to God, demands con­stant expectancy and, as our blessed hope, moti­vates the believer to godly liv­ing, sac­ri­fi­cial ser­vice and ener­getic mission.





We believe that God com­mands every­one every­where to believe the gospel by turn­ing to Him in repen­tance and receiv­ing the Lord Jesus Christ. We believe that God will raise the dead bod­ily and judge the world, assign­ing the unbe­liever to con­dem­na­tion and eter­nal con­scious pun­ish­ment and the believer to eter­nal blessed­ness and joy with the Lord in the new heaven and the new earth, to the praise of His glo­ri­ous grace. Amen.