The Trinity

There is one living and true God, revealed in nature as the Creator and Sustainer of the universe. God is infinitely wise and good, and all intelligent creatures are to love, adore, and worship Him.

(Genesis 1:1; John 4:24; Psalm 34:8; Isaiah 40:10)

Jesus Christ is God in flesh; in His divine nature truly God, in His human nature truly man. Jesus is the mediator between God and man, once crucified, now risen and glorified, offering forgiveness of our sins.

John 1:1; John 5:22; Matthew 9:6; 2 Timothy 2:5

 The Holy Spirit convicts us of our sins and convinces us of the truth of Jesus. The Holy Spirit regenerates those who trust Christ. When someone becomes a Christian, the Holy Spirit begins to live in him and help him become holy. All of the attributes of God are ascribed to the Holy Spirit by the Scriptures. 

John 16:8; John 3:5-6; Romans 8:9, 26

The Bible

The Bible is God's inspired and inerrant message to mankind. God's Word was given to holy men to write down, which compiles the New and Old Testament. It is profitable for us even today. It teaches us, corrects us, and encourages us in our daily lives.

2 Timothy 3:16-17; John 17:17; 2 Peter 1:21

God created man in a state of innocence, but by disobedience fell into sin and condemnation. His nature is now fallen. Mankind is subject to death and accountable before a just and holy God. 

Ephesians 2:1-3; 1 John 3:4; Romans 3:23


Sin is acting or behaving in a way that does not conform with God's character or commands. God has the right to define what is a sin because he is the creator of life. Anything apart from God leads to death, sin is an active response if not remedied by belief in Jesus will result in eternal separation from God. 

1 John 3:4; Psalm 19:7; Romans 6:23

Salvation is the free gift of eternal life given to anyone who believes in the works of Jesus Christ alone through His death and resurrection.

If we recognize that we are sinners, place our trust in the works of Jesus, and turn away from our wickedness, then we shall be forgiven of them and have an eternal relationship with God. 

Ezekial 18:30; Ephesians 1:7; Luke 13:3; Romans 3:21-25; Romans 5:1 

Christ's Second Coming

We believe that the Scriptures teach the resurrection of all mankind to face the final judgment before a just and holy God. Those who have placed their faith in Jesus come forth to the resurrection of eternal life, and those who have rejected Jesus to the eternal separation from God.

2 Corinthians 5:1-5; Mark 9:43-48; Hebrews 9:23; Matthew 25:31-46

We trust in what Jesus promised that He would come at the time appointed to Him to return. Jesus will gloriously return to earth and redeem the brokenness of all creation to a right and restored creation.

Matthew 24:36-39; 2 Timothy 1:10; 2 Thessalonians 2:8; Titus 2:13


Ordinances of the Church

Baptism is the act of immersing a Christian in water, which was commanded by Jesus, to give a public display of the union that we now have with Jesus, by giving an example of His death and resurrection by the washing away of our sins. 

Matthew 28:19; Romans 6:1-4; Acts 22:16

The Lord’s Supper is a memorial celebration of Jesus' death for sinners in which believers eat and drink that would represent Jesus' body and blood given for us on the cross. We partake as a community of believers to recognize that by His body and blood, we are all one in Jesus Christ.

1 Corinthians 11:29-30

We partake of this ordinance as a commemoration of Jesus' washing the disciples' feet. This act teaches humility and service and reminds the believers of the necessity of the daily cleansing of our sins. 

John 13:2-17


Jesus has commanded us to go and make disciples of all nations, leading them to Jesus, baptizing them, and teaching the Word of God to every ear who would hear it. 

Matthew 28:16-20

We believe in the importance of family and training your children to be followers of Christ.  The church supports this valuable training through Sunday school, kids' church, and Bible study classes.