This is the summary of our confession of faith. For the complete faith statement, please see the Church Bylaws.

We believe that there is only one living and true God, existing in three equal persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Each is infinite in every divine perfection.

We believe that the Scripture of the Old and New Testaments is the Word of God given by inspiration of the Holy Spirit and is the only perfect, totally sufficient, rule of faith and practice.

We believe that God has made all things for Himself and that He so controls all events as to execute His holy purpose in accordance with the freedom and accountability of man.

We believe that man in his primitive state was holy; that he fell from that state by transgression, and that in consequence of his sin all men by nature are destitute of holiness and choose disobedience. Man is therefore under the curse of sin.

We believe that God sent His well-beloved Son to take on human flesh and to atone for the sins of the world by His death and that on the ground of His sacrifice all who truly repent of sin and believe in Him will be saved.

We believe that those who hear the Gospel are under obligation immediately to accept the offer of mercy, but that such is the depravity of the heart none are willing to accept it unless they are first renewed by the Holy Spirit.

We believe that God renews sinners of His own good pleasure and according to His eternal purpose by which He gave His Son an innumerable multitude out of the world that they should be holy and show forth His praise.

We believe that Christ justifies His people through grace alone through faith in His name and requires obedience as the fruit and evidence of faith.

We believe that there are two Christian ordinances, baptism by immersion and the Lord’s Supper. Only those who give credible evidence of being born again are under obligation to observe these ordinances.

We further believe that God has ordained marriage to be a holy union of one man and one woman only, for life.

We believe that God has given civil government for the good order of society and leaders are to be prayed for and obeyed, except when they contradict the clear teaching of Scripture.