II. Trinitity. We believe in one God who exists in three Persons: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
III. Scripture. We believe that while God has revealed himself in his creation, he has spoken to us most clearly and personally in his word, The Bible.
IV. Creation. We believe God created the entire universe out of nothing. Man and woman were the corwn of God's good creation, being created in his own image.
V. Fall. We believe that Adam and Eve, our first predecessors, rebelled against God and plunged themselves and all their offspring into ruin. Because of Adam and Eve's sin, we are ALL guilty sinners. We are spirituall dead until God makes us alive in Christ.
VI. Person of Jesus Christ. We believe that Jesus of Nazareth was and is the Christ. We believe he was also the Son of the Living God. He is fully man and yet fully God. He was born of the virgin Mary, lived a perfect life, taught the way of God's kingdom, worked miracles, suffered, died, and rose again.
VII. The Work of Jesus Christ. We believe Jesus Christ lived a perfect life and died a shameful death so that we might be counted righteous, and be forgiven of our sins. He was our sacrificial substitute. He defeated the devil, removed our guilt, and became a curse for us, bearing the weight of God's wrath.
VIII. Salvation. We believe that we are declared righteous before God through faith in Christ alone. The only way to be adopted into God's family is through union with his Son, Jesus Christ.
IX. Holy Spirit. We believe the Holy Spirit, working through the word regenerates the hearts of God's people by making alove what was spiritually dead. The Spirit convicts us of sin, leads us to repentance, causes us to grow in holiness, seals us for the day of redemption that we might be assured of our salvation, and equips us with spiritual gifts for the building of the body.
X. Church. We believe the church is the communion of God's people drawn from every tribe, language, people, and nation. It is the invisible body, of which Christ is the head, of God. Jesus Christ has given his church two sacraments: Baptism and the Lord's Supper.