What We Believe

Everyone at some level has a set of beliefs about who God is, and who we are as humans. We believe all aspects of life are to be lived to the glory of God through faith in Jesus. Read more about what we believe below, and if you have any questions or concerns, click here.

  • The Bible

    We believe the Bible is the written word of God, inspired by the Holy Spirit to be without error in the original manuscripts. The Bible is the revelation of God's truth and is authoritative to be the only rule of faith and life. 

  • The Trinity

    We believe in the Trinity. There is one God, who exists eternally in three persons; the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. These three are the same in substance, equal in power and glory. 

  • Humanity

    We believe all people are created by God and in His image; yet, they seek to live self-centered lives alienated from God. This alienation, results in God's just displeasure, and can only be remedied by God's merciful intervention. 

  • Salvation

    We believe salvation is the work of God, as he chooses to show saving mercy through Jesus Christ. God's choice is based only on his grace and not on any person's individual merit or foreseen faith. 

  • Jesus

    We believe Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of God, fully God and fully man. Through his perfect life and sacrificial death, he restored the relationship between God and all who trust his work on their behalf. 

  • The Holy Spirit

    We believe the Holy Spirit enables people to understand the things of God, renews their will, and draws them to Christ so they profess faith. The Spirit then indwells God's people giving them the desire and the ability to serve the Lord. 

  • Covenants

    We believe God voluntarily establishes a relationship with his creatures through a covenant. God shows favor not just to individuals, but also to families of those who put their trust in him. Those who are saved have a holy fellowship and communion with God and each other. 

  • The Resurrection

    We believe Jesus rose from the dead and will return bodily and visibly to judge the living and the dead. Those who trust in Christ will be raised to eternal life, and those who by their unbelief remain alienated from God will be raised to everlasting judgment.