We believe in one who exists in three Divine
persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy
Spirit (I John 5:7-8). The Trinity, as God
is called, though largely incomprehensible
to the human mind, is a Biblical fact that
must be accepted by faith. God the Father,
God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, has
lived from eternity past and is eternal in
nature. We believe in one Lord, one faith
and one baptism. (Ephesians 4:5).
believe that all humans are sinners and need
to be saved (Romans 3:10-12, Romans 3:23).
The enemy of God and adversary of all
Christians is the Devil or Satan (I Peter
5:8). All who reject Jesus will be judged by
God for their sins and condemned to eternal
We believe that the church is to be
regenerated membership (John 3:3, Acts
2:41-44) and that it has the responsibility
of spreading the Gospel to the world
(Matthew 28:19-20, Acts 1:8).
We believe that Jesus Christ, the Son of God
and Himself deity, became flesh (John 1:14).
He was conceived and born of a virgin upon
whom the Holy Ghost had come (Matthew
1:18-22). His purpose for becoming a man was
to die for the sins of mankind. Man was
alienated from God through sin and
reconciliation was necessary. The form of
that reconciliation was ordained that the
Son of God be crucified on a cross (Matthew
16:21, Mark 8:31). On the third day after
his crucifixion, Jesus was raised from the
dead (I Corinthians 15:3-4). We believe that
Christ is the founder of the church and its
only head (Matthew 16:18, Colossians 1:18).
We believe in and support the rights of the
individual. Everyone must seek God for
himself or herself (Acts 17:26-27). Everyone
must repent for himself (Acts 17:30).
Everyone must confess for himself (Romans
10:9-10). Everyone must give an account for
himself (Romans 14:11-12).
We believe in the democracy of the church
and that every member is equal.