OUR MISSION STATEMENT
We declare Jesus everywhere and lead believers in a life of resilient faith.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
Loving, Holy, Eternal Creator; God exists in three persons: the Father, the Son (Jesus) and the Holy Spirit. These three are coequal and one God. The three have the same character, perfection and attributes. God is entirely holy and worthy of our worship, confidence and obedience.
Jesus is the divine Son of God. We believe in His virgin birth, sinless life, His miracles, His bodily and atoning death, victorious resurrection, His ascension to the right hand of the Father, His intercession and His imminent return in power and glory.
The divine person, the Holy Spirit, was promised and sent to the early Church for empowerment in Christian living and demonstrations of God’s power. The Holy Spirit is still present and active in the life of every believer through fruit and gifts. The Holy Spirit is our abiding comforter and helper, and leads us in declaring Jesus.
The Bible is a cohesive collection of books that all tell one story about God’s love for people demonstrated through Jesus. It is infallible, authoritative and everlasting. We believe that it was written by human authors who were inspired by God and that it is the foundation of Christian doctrine.
God created both men and women in His image, and humans are the supreme object of His creation. All of us have been marred by sin and separated from God. We are unable to repair this relationship through our own effort or merit, thus we are in need of a Savior.
Salvation is God’s free gift to all people. We must accept His gift of salvation. Salvation cannot be earned or achieved through our own works. When we choose to declare Jesus, turn from a self-ruled life and turn toward faith in Him, we are saved. Jesus offers us forgiveness of our sins, salvation from their penalty and eternal relationship with God.
People were created to exist eternally. We will either exist eternally with God through salvation, or eternally separated from God by sin.
"IN ESSENTIALS UNITY, IN NON-ESSENTIALS LIBERTY, IN ALL THINGS CHARITY.”
(commonly attributed to St Augustine)
1 Corinthians 10