Doctrinal Statement

What We Believe


Who Is Jesus?

Jesus Christ is God’s only, and perfect Son, who through His birth from the Virgin Mary, lived a perfect life on earth 2.000 years ago. He voluntarily paid for our sins by dying on the cross for us. His death gives salvation for all who receive it as a gift by trusting in Him as their Savior. On the first Easter Sunday, He rose from the dead and is the only Mediator between God and people. One day, Jesus will return to fulfill God's remaining promises and judgments, and reign forever.


Who is the Father?

God the Father is creator of the universe and creator of everything in Heaven and on Earth.


Who is the Holy Spirit?

The Holy Spirit draws sinners to Jesus, creates faith in our lives, and equips believers for personal growth and service to God and our neighbors.


What is Holy Communion?

On the night before Jesus died on the cross on Good Friday, He shared the Last Supper with His disciples. This experience that happened many years ago, and is now called the Lord's Supper, or Holy Communion. Jesus invited us to share this gift until He returns, so that we may have forgiveness of sins, faith strengthened, and be empowered to live God-pleasing lives to the best of our abilities. 

God’s Word tells us that when we receive Communion, we are receiving the forgiving body and blood of Jesus Christ in, with and under receiving bread and wine.

Baptized and Confirmed adult Christians are invited to share this great gift of God. We ask that children experience our First Communion Classes in 5th & 6th grades before taking communion. If you have questions about Communion we encourage you to talk with our pastors after Worship.


JESUS SAID


"I AM THE VINE, YOU ARE THE BRANCHES...."

John 15 


“GO AND MAKE DISCIPLES OF ALL THE NATIONS” 

Matthew 28:19