We believe in . . .
1. The Holy Scriptures: Accepting fully the writing of the Old/New Testaments as the inerrant Word of God.
2. The One True God: Who is an intelligent, sovereign, spiritual and personal Being; perfect, infinite and eternal in His being.
3. The Lord Jesus Christ: Who is the Second Person of the Triune God, the eternal Word, and Only Begotten Son, that without any change, and His Divine Person, He became man by the miracle of the Virgin Birth, thus to continue forever as both true God and true Man, one Person with two natures.
4. The Holy Spirit: Who is the Third Person of the Trinity, and the divine agent in nature, revelation and redemption.
5. Salvation by Grace through Faith: That salvation is the free gift of God, neither merited nor secured in part or in whole by any virtue or work of man, but received only by personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
6. The Existence of Satan: Who originally was created a holy and perfect being; but through pride and wicked ambition rebelled against God, thus becoming utterly depraved in character, the great adversary of God and His people, leader of all other evil angels and wicked spirits, the deceiver and god of this present world.
7. The Second Coming of Christ: that His coming in the air to rapture His Church, which is our blessed hope, is always imminent.
8. Future Life, Bodily Resurrection, and Eternal Judgment; that the spirits of the saved at death go immediately to be with Christ in Heaven, that their works shall be brought before the Judgment Seat of Christ for the determination of reward, which will take place at the time when Christ comes for His own.
9. The Priesthood of All Believers; that Christ is our Great High Priest and through Him every born-again person has direct access into God's presence without the need of a human mediator.
10. The Lordship of Jesus Christ; that he alone is Head of the body of Christ, into which all true believers are immediately baptized by the Holy Spirit at the moment of salvation.
11. The Two ordinances given to the Local Church are Baptism, the immersion of believers in water, thus portraying the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ; and the Lord's Supper, the partaking of the bread and cup by the believer as a continuing memorial of the broken body and shed blood of Christ.