What we Believe
The Word of God is True
As a church that stands in the tradition of the reformation, we look to God’s word as our rule of life. The written word, contained in the Bible, and the Living Word, Jesus Christ, provide the foundational supports of our faith.
“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.”
2 Timothy 3:16
The Spirit of God is Active
God is actively at work in our world today through his Spirit. Christians are empowered by the Holy Spirit to be Jesus’ representatives on the earth. By living in obedience to his will, we become conduits of his love and truth to our world.
“And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Counselor to be with forever, the Spirit of Truth.”
The Human Heart Must Respond
It is not enough to merely affirm a general belief in God. When one hears the good news about Jesus Christ, he or she must turn from trusting in their own goodness and, by faith alone, receive the free gift of God for themself by believing what Jesus said about himself. (John 1:12, John 14:6) From there, the gospel is transformative – changing every inch of our lives. So, we boldly proclaim that Knowing Jesus Changes Everything!
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.”
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We desire to be: Jesus-focused, biblically-based and Holy Spirit-led.
worshipping God with passion because He is worthy of our allegiance
yearning for God’s power and presence in our lives
hoping in the Lord because He is the giver of all good things
believing God desires to heal our bodies, minds and spirits
We desire to be: relationship-oriented, led by grace, and multi-generationally active,
accepting people as they are and where they are
involving ourselves in each other’s lives
walking together through triumphs and struggles
investing ourselves in young people
We desire to be: faith-enabled, expectant of God’s active and powerful working
acknowledging that while difficulty and hardship are a part of life, God can both use these things for our good and change them for his glory
expecting God’s active intervention in our lives
knowing that God’s character never changes; he always gives us his best
releasing people to be who they were created by God to be
We desire to be: outward reaching, kingdom-minded and culturally alert
extending the message of God’s grace beyond our own walls
investing ourselves and our resources to the needy
reaching out to our culture while not compromising the essentials of the faith