Jesus Christ is the foundation and cornerstone of the Church. He is the expression of God’s love for us. He came to do the will of His Father, who sent Him to restore the broken relationship between man and Himself. Because Jesus demonstrated His love for us in dying for our sins, we can now have fellowship with God, and with each other, and proclaim salvation through His life, death and resurrection.
The Word Of God
The Bible is the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God and is as fresh, relevant and applicable to man today as it has always been. For this reason, we greatly emphasize teaching it publicly, studying it privately, and allowing it to guide our thoughts, our actions, and our lives.
(Deuteronomy 32:46-47, 2 Timothy 3:16)
We believe that worship should be fresh and vibrant, and we seek to worship our Lord from our hearts.
Therefore, as His people, we come together regularly to worship Him, in reverence and in joy, in song, and in prayer. We believe that worship is more than song. We believe that we were created to glorify God in our words, in our thoughts, and in our actions. Both together and individually, at work and at rest, we seek to worship Him with our whole lives.
The Bible teaches us that man was created in the image of God. We believe that we are created to show forth the nature and character of God both in our lives and in our relationships with one another. We believe the life of faith is a life of joy, thankfulness, and love. God has left us His Spirit and He has left us each other. Therefore, we come together as His family, His people. We seek to love one another, and to radiate the love of God towards all men.
God loved us so much that He did something about it. It is only fitting that we should respond to that kind of love in action. We believe that ministry doesn’t begin and end with the Pastor in the pulpit. We believe that Christian service is a part of the Christian life and is the proper response of all believers. We seek to equip every member to find their place in ministry to the Body of Christ and to a world which so desperately needs to experience the love of God through Jesus Christ.
(1 John 4:9-11)