We believe that God is the Creator of the universe, eternally existing in three Persons-the Father, Son and Holy Spirit-each equally deserving of humanity's worship and obedience. He is the only true God and is infinite and perfect in all of his attributes.
We believe that the Bible is God's revelation to people, divinely given through human authors who were inspired by the Holy Spirit. The Bible is totally sufficient and completely authoritative pertaining to matter of life and faith.
We believe that people were created by God in His image for His glory. Yet every person has willfully disobeyed God-an act know as sin-thus inheriting both physical and spiritual death and the need for salvation. It is only through Jesus Christ that we can experience this salvation.
We believe that Jesus Christ is both fully God and fully human. We believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God, was born of a virgin and lived a sinless life. He died on the cross so that people would be able to receive the forgiveness of sins and gain eternal life.
We believe that the Holy Spirit lives within every Christian at the moment of their salvation and empowers them to live the life that God has called them to live. The Holy Spirit convicts people of sin, uses God's word to mature believers into the image of Jesus Christ and makes believers bold in witness and effective in service.
We believe that humans are born with a sin nature and are separated from God and thus in need of a Savior. This salvation comes only through a faith relationship with Jesus Christ as a person repents of their sin and receives God's forgiveness and eternal life. Salvation is instantaneous and accomplished solely by the power of the Holy Spirit through the Word of God.
We believe that the primarily expression of God's people, the Church, on earth is demonstrated through the local body of believers (church) that the Holy Spirit creates. It is in the local body of believers that we grow in our relationship with God so that we can worship Him, love one another and serve the world.