"Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path."  
Psalm 119:105

We believe the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the Word of God,
fully inspired without error in the original manuscripts and the only infallible blueprint for faith and living.

We believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God and was born of a virgin.

We believe all people are sinners by nature and therefore are under condemnation,
and that God forgives and regenerates by the Holy Spirit those who repent of their sins
and confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.  This personal salvation is by God's grace
through faith, and not because of works.  
It is a gift of God through the shed blood of Jesus at Calvary.

We believe in the physical return of Jesus Christ to the earth, in the resurrection of the dead,
that we will all stand before the judgment seat of Christ;
with the redeemed inheriting the Kingdom of God,
while those who rejected Christ and His salvation, the Lake of Fire.

We believe in one true and living God eternally existing in three persons:
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, equal in power and glory and with all the attributes of deity.  
The Godhead is Creator of all and sustainer of all.

We believe in the baptism of the Holy Spirit as an experience subsequent to salvation,
generally accompanied by the physical manifestation of speaking with other tongues
as the Holy Spirit gives utterance.

We believe the Holy Spirit indwells every believer in Jesus Christ and that
He is an abiding helper, teacher and guide.

We believe in divine healing through faith as provided by the atoning blood of Jesus Christ.

We believe in water baptism, as a direct commandment of Jesus to all who have been born again.  
The baptism in water is a symbol of the believers' identifying with Jesus in His death,
burial and resurrection.

We believe the Lord's supper is an ordinance of the church consisting of bread the fruit of the vine.  
This communion is observed as an outward sign of what has happened in the hearts
of all those who have repented of sin and received Christ as Savior.  
These symbols express our common sharing in the divine nature of Jesus Christ,
a memory of His suffering and death.  
This partaking of the Lord's spiritual body joins all believers in unity.

We believe the Word of God teaches believers to tithe and that we are accountable to God
for giving to the work of His Kingdom here on earth.  By giving to God's work
we are offering back to Him a part of the resources He has entrusted us to manage.