• We believe in the triune God (Father, Son, Holy Spirit)
  • Every person is created in God’s image.
  • Scripture is the authoritative Word of God in matters of faith and practice, the confession that our justification as sinners is by grace through faith, and the sober realization that we are in need of continual reformation and renewal.
  • New birth (salvation) comes through faith in the mystery of salvation in and through Jesus Christ alone.
  • God’s prevenient grace pursues us (comes after us) by the activity of the Holy Spirit from the time we are born; his justifying grace restores our relationship with Him; and His sanctifying grace changes us into people who strive for “holiness in living.” God “meets us where we are” but doesn’t “leave us where we are” – He changes us to become more like Jesus.
  • We are called to disciple people along the journey, and to love and serve others as we share with them God’s amazing grace.
  • In the essentials of our faith (belief in the triune God, the authority of Scripture, salvation through faith in Christ, etc.) we have unity with other Christians in other churches, in the non-essentials (method of baptism, interpretation of the book of Revelation, etc.) we have liberty (we can “agree to disagree”) and in all things we have charity, which is love!
  • We are called to disciple people along the journey.