Bible. We believe the Bible to be the inspired word of God, and accept
the same as the only infallible guide and rule of our faith and practice.
We believe in the eternal omnipotent, omniscient, and immutable triune God;
maker of heaven and earth, and all that in them is; and in the unity of the
Godhead there are three persons, equal in every divine perfection and
attribute, executing distinct, but harmonious offices, in the great work of
God The Son- Coexistent and coeternal with the
Father, who, conceived by the Holy Spirit, and born of the Virgin Mary, took
upon himself the form of man; and by His becoming obedient unto death, bearing
the curse of sin, sickness, and sorrow, redeemed us back to God. He arose the
third day and ascended unto heaven, where He sits on the right hand of God, the
Father, where He lives to make intercession for us.
God The Holy Spirit- The third
person of the Godhead, coexistent and equal with the Father. Sent by the
father, through the Son, to reprove the world of sin and prepare the bride of
c. The Fall Of
Man. Depravity of Man-Man is indeed and in nature sinful and
unable to save himself.
d. The Plan Of Redemption. We believe
that Christ was the Lamb of God, foreordained from the foundation of the world,
and by the shedding of His blood, on the cross, made provision for salvation of
e. The New Birth. We believe that because
of man’s total inability to save himself, salvation is by God’s grace alone; is
received through sincere godly repentance, and a wholehearted acceptance of
Jesus Christ as his personal Savior; through being born again, he becomes a new
creation in Christ Jesus. Old things have passed away, behold all things have
f. Daily Christian Life. We believe that
having been cleansed by the blood, and quickened by the spirit, it is God’s
will that we should be sanctified daily, and be made partakers of His holiness;
walking not after the flesh but after the Spirit; forsaking the very appearance
g. Water Baptism. We believe that water
baptism by immersion, in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, is
commanded by God; that it is subsequent to conversion, that it is not a saving
ordinance, but an outward sign of an inward work.
h. The Lord’s Supper. We believe in the
commemoration of the Lord’s Supper as a type of the broken body and shed blood
of our Lord Jesus Christ, and as an ordinance showing forth the death, burial
and resurrection of our Lord, and a looking forward to the marriage supper of
the Lamb. We believe that all Christian believers, regardless of church
affiliation, may partake of the Lord’s supper.