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About our church

We believe the Apostles, Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds, along with the Westminster Confession are all sound doctrinal statements.

"We are saved by grace and in grace we stand firm (Ephesians 2:8; Romans 5:2). Grace upholds our salvation, gives us victory in temptation, and helps us endure suffering and pain. It helps us understand the Word and wisely apply it to our lives. It draws us into communion and prayer and enables us to serve the Lord effectively. In short, we exist and are firmly fixed in an environment of all-sufficient grace." (John Macarthur)

We believe that Jesus Christ came to the earth as God in the flesh.

Jesus died a fleshly death on the cross, was crucified to pay for our sins as our substitute sacrifice.

Jesus was raised spiritually and physically from the dead; proving that all sins were paid for through His death.

Jesus ascended back to Heaven and stands as an eternal mediator that all sin has been taken away.

We need only repent of our sins and believe in who He was and what He did and trust in the results of it and we are immediately made part of His Body for eternity.

Salvation is from beginning to end Christ's accomplishment. We need only trust in Him.

Nothing we do good or bad can add or take away from Christ sufficient and gracious work to reconcile us all to a perfect standing before God.

We now seek to change our behavior as to remove any stumbling blocks that would hinder others from trusting our Savior and growing in the knowledge of Him.

We pray diligently as we ask for our Lord to create opportunities for us to introduce others to our Lord.

We worship Him to remind us of our utter dependence on the author and finisher of our faith.

Any and all practices of our church is done only to remind us of who we are and whose we are.

Our Hope is built on nothing less than Jesus Christ and His righteousness!