We believe God is sovereign over all things. He created all things and is the ultimate authority. He is one entity who exist in three forms along with Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
We believe the Bible is the infallible breathed word of God. It is authoritative and all scripture is profitable for teaching.
2 Timothy 3:16
We believe worship is the outward expression of an inward love for God. When most people hear the word worship they automatically think of a section of the church service, a certain type of music, or how we respond to it, although that is a way we express our worship, there is so much more. We believe worship is a lifestyle, and should be automatic in the life of a believer, as it is a direct response to the grace we have received.
We believe that Jesus is the only begotten son of God. Jesus, like God, has always existed, and was the active voice of creation. Jesus left Heaven to reveal to us the glory of God in flesh, and to redeem mankind from their sinful state by the blood of the cross. Jesus was buried and rose again on the third day! He is still alive today in Heaven making intercession for those that trust in him.
John 1:1,14/ Hebrews 4:14-16/ Colossians 1:15-18
We believe salvation is completely a work of God. Before salvation we are (spiritually) dead because of our sins, and being dead we are completely separated from God with no hope of working or earning our way back. Then God calls, and miraculously through Jesus Christ we have the ability to answer, by admitting to God our sin, believing Jesus is the son of God and only sacrifice for sin, and confessing our faith in him as lord. The immediate result of salvation is the holy spirit working in our lives.
Ephesians 2:5/ Romans 10:9,13
We believe that the Holy Spirit is the third part of the God head and is co-equal with God and Jesus. The Holy Spirit automatically comes on a believer at the moment of salvation, and empowers the believer to follow Jesus in their daily lives. The Holy Spirit is one just like Jesus living in us, and should be evident in the life of all believers.
We believe the second step in the life of a believer after salvation should be baptism. Baptism is not only a command from Jesus but also an outward identification of an inward relationship with him.