BELIEFS

We are called to be a supernaturally equipped body of believers who are continually experiencing the love and power of Jesus. Our mandate is to take this same love and power to people we encounter, resulting in lives transformed, families strengthened and destinies fulfilled.

Our Core Values

Above all we value The Word of God, The Presence of God, and the Kingdom of God.

The word of god

Growing in spiritual maturity according to God’s Word in order to impact our world.

 

the presence of god

Connecting with our heavenly Father through intimacy in worship and prayer.


THE KINGDOM OF GOD

Pursuing the values and power of God’s Kingdom, on earth as it is in heaven.

 

Statement of Faith

God exists eternally in three persons as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, yet is one God. God speaks to us through the Bible, and we recognize it as the ultimate authority in our lives.

Jesus is the eternal Word of God and the only Savior of mankind, fully God and fully man. He was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born to a virgin named Mary, lived a sinless life, died for our sins and rose in victory from the grave. He ascended to heaven, where he is now seated at the right hand of the Father and will one day come again.

The Holy Spirit unites the church, dwells within believers, and empowers them to accomplish His will.  The Holy Spirit gives believers supernatural gifts to build up His church and for works of ministry in the world. The gifts of the Holy Spirit described in Scripture are still available and vital for today.

All people are born sinners and our salvation is by grace alone, through repentance and faith in the finished work of Jesus on the cross. This is the only means by which God removes the guilt and penalty of sin, bringing eternal life to those who believe.

Those who receive Jesus as Lord are joined together into a family of believers, the Church, where we share life and experience God together. The Church is God’s agent for global transformation, a community that demonstrates heaven’s culture on earth. 

Baptism is for all who profess faith in Jesus, and is done by immersion in water as an act of obedience and public confession of the lordship of Jesus.  Communion, the Lord’s Supper, is to be shared only by believers and is a celebration of our covenant with God and one another.