We hold many basic doctrines that are in common with many other Christian groups. In answer to the theological issues of Reformation times, they emphasized:
- The Bible as the authoritative Word of God, the New Testament as the pattern of life for the community of believers.
- The sinfulness of man and the necessity of regeneration through experience of the new birth.
- The church, the visible body of Christ, practicing believer's baptism and regarding the elements of the Lord's Supper as memorial symbols.
- The life of nonresistant love, refusing participation in warfare of the magistracy.
- The separation of church and state.
- The life of simplicity and separation from worldly extravagances.
- The believing community, a refuge of love and mutual aid
- The daily walk of obedient discipleship.
- We extend a hearty welcome to all our visitors and invite you back again.
Statement of Faith
We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came to earth and died for our sins. Through His resurrection, He has given us eternal life. For we know that "Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved." (Romans 10:23) That is the promise that we hold on to.
Statement of Purpose
We are committed:
- To PROCLAIM Christ's love and mercy to all the world, through faith and repentance, by our word and actions.
(Matthew 28:19, Acts 1:8)
- To PREPARE God's people for works of service through instruction, encouragement and admonition.
(II Timothy 3:16-17)
- To PROVIDE a place where the fear of the Lord is instilled, where the worship of our Lord Jesus Christ is lived out, where the leading of the Holy Spirt is obeyed and the fellowship of the believers is unified.
(Acts 2:43-47, I Thessalonions 5:19)
- To PROTECT the truth and integrity of Gods Word, faithfully committing the doctrines of the Bible to those who will follow after us.
(II Timothy 2:2)
- The Ministry
We welcome you to join us at our gathering on Sunday morning