Articles of Faith

  • We believe that the Scriptures, consisting of the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments are verbally and plenarily inspired by God and inerrant in the original writings and they are the Word of God and the final authority in faith and conduct.
  • We believe in one God, the Creator of all things and men, eternally existing in three Persons in threefold relationship, that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit and these three Persons have the same nature and perfections.
  • We believe that man was created in the image of God that by transgression he fell and is a sinner by nature and by choice.

  • We believe that Jesus Christ is truly and eternally God, that He was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary and in the vicarious death of the Lord Jesus Christ for our sins, in the resurrection of His body and His ascension into heaven.

  • We believe that Holy Spirit is a divine Person; that He inspired the Scriptures using human authors; convicts the world of sins and indwells every believer and that certain gifts were intended only for apostolic era of the church.

  • We believe that it is impossible for man to be saved by his own works or religious observances. We believe that a sinner is saved only by the grace of God through personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

  • We believe that the nation of Israel and the church are distinct entities; that the church is the company of all those who have been born of the Spirit of God. We believe that a local church is an autonomous body of believers baptized by immersion organized together upon profession of faith, having two biblical offices, those of pastors and deacon and observing two ordinances: baptism and Lord’s Table.

  • We believe in the personal, imminent and Pre-Millennial second coming of Christ, first to receive His own to Himself and later to set up His earthly kingdom and to reign over redeemed Israel and all nations of the world, that is, to bring peace, and blessing to the whole world.

  • We believe in the bodily resurrection of the just and the unjust, everlasting blessedness of the saved and everlasting punishment of the unsaved.