We believe in the only true creator, God – The Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, these three are one. This God created the heavens and the earth and everything in them, visible and invisible. God is sustainer of the universe, and governs over all.
We believe in Jesus Christ. He is both God and man. Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit and was born to the Virgin Mary. He is the prophesied Savior of the whole human race, to all who accept with full faith the grace He offers. Jesus suffered and died on the cross for our sins, was buried and rose the third day, and ascended to the heavens, where He is our intercessor with God the Father. He will return again in power and glory as King of Kings and Lord of Lords, judging the living and the dead.
We believe in the Holy Spirit, who is equal with the Father and the Son, who is the comforter Jesus promised the faithful. He convicts us of sin, and teaches gifts of the Spirit (I Corinthians 12:13), within scriptural order and discernment. He lives within us as believers, goes everywhere with us, hears all we hear, sees all we see, and guides us into all truth.
We believe the Bible, Old and New Testament, are the inspired word of God, and teaches the true and only way to eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ alone as Savior. The scriptures are a true record of God's revelation to man, and are foundational to the Christian believer, in all aspects of our spiritual and physical life (II Peter 1:3).
We believe that human beings are brought into Salvation by accepting the free gift of God, which was His Son Jesus Christ. It is by God's grace and our faith in Jesus Christ that makes this possible (Ephesians 2:8-9). We believe salvation is based upon being in Christ and remaining in Christ (John 15:5-7) (II Corinthians 5:17), that the first Adam fell into sin and by the saving grace of Jesus Christ we are redeemed by his atonement.
We believe in the ordinance of baptism by immersion (Matthew 3:16, Jesus' example); in the Lord's supper as outlined in Matthew 26:26, the bread and cup of the new covenant with it's observance till His return (I Corinthians 11:23-26) and the washing of the saint's feet as Jesus did as an example in John 13:4-5,15,17.