The Bible

The Bible, in its entirety, is the infallible, inerrant, and inspired Word of God; it is divine revelation that carries the full weight of God’s authority and to which we are obliged to submit.


There is one God, the Creator of all things, infinitely holy and eternally existent in three persons— Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. God is a Spirit, infinite, eternal, and unchangeable in His being, wisdom, power, holiness, justice, goodness, and truth. God is fully omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent, not given to learning or “openness.”


Jesus Christ is fully God and fully man, having two natures inseparably united in one divine person without confusion, mixture, separation, or division. Each nature retains its own attributes. In the incarnation, Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary, lived a perfect life among us, was crucified, dead, and buried, rose on the third day, ascended to heaven, and will come again in glory and judgment. He is the only Mediator between God and man.

Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit indwells the believer, who is sealed until the day of redemption and empowered to live a godly life, through the ongoing sanctification of the Holy Spirit. 


After God made the other creatures, He created man, both male and female, in His own image. However, Adam sinned and woefully fell in his responsibility. Therefore, he and his posterity entered into a state of moral corruption and moral inability and became estranged from their Creator, thus deserving death as the punishment for sin.


Because all have sinned, atonement must be made in order for man to be reconciled to God. Jesus Christ made a complete atonement for His people through His substitutionary atoning death on the cross. He imputes His righteousness to all believers securing us full redemption for all who repent of their sin and trust in Him alone for salvation.

The Church

The Church is not a building but the body of Christ of which each person is its member. Christ has established a visible church, which is called to live in the power of the Holy Spirit under the regulation of the authority of Holy Scripture, preaching the gospel of Christ, administering the sacraments, and exercising discipline. The Church not only regularly and physically gathers but shines forth the glory of the gospel to the world. 


There will be a bodily resurrection of all the dead: of the believer to everlasting life to dwell and reign with the Lord in the new heaven and new earth, and of the unbeliever to judgment and everlasting separation and punishment from God.