What We Believe
Our theology is Reformed, a word used to represent the Reformation Faith of the 16th Century. Like Luther and Calvin, we stand on the five principles of the reformation: Grace alone, Christ alone, Faith alone, the Bible alone, and God’s glory alone. Therefore, we believe that salvation comes only by God’s grace, through the finished work of Jesus Christ. The only way that we receive Him is by faith and repentance of our sins. After we come to know Him, then we live our lives for His glory alone by seeking to obey His Word.
Our ministry is focused on the “ordinary means of grace” as they are defined by the Westminster Standards – the reading and preaching of God’s Word, public and private prayer, and the Sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper. We believe that the Lord will grow His church spiritually and numerically if we are faithful to use the means that He has appointed.
Most of all, we try to emulate the grace of our Savior by conducting our ministry in the context of warm, loving fellowship.