Our Doctrines in Faith & Practice

Given our mission, vision, and purpose, the following are some summary statements of our doctrine (faith) and how they relate to everyday living (practice).


We believe the Bible alone is our final authority and is sufficient for faith and practice. Since the Bible is the sole source of God's written divine revelation, it alone can bind the conscience of man. While nature reveals the glory of God, it is in the Bible alone that we learn of God's eternal plan of redemption through Jesus Christ and His will for our lives. The Bible is sufficient for equipping believers "for every good work" (2 Timothy 3:16-17). Therefore, it is the truths of Scripture that determine how we are to live our lives, individually and collectively.

While accepting the Bible as our final authority, we recognize the value of the great ecumenical and reformational creeds such as: The Apostle's Creed, Nicene Creed, Baptist Confession of 1689, Westminster Confession of Faith, Heidelberg Catechism, Canons of Dort, and other like-minded affirmations of the historic Christian faith.

Therefore, we place a high value upon training families in the historic Christian faith. This is accomplished through a commitment to preaching the whole counsel of God and teaching biblical doctrinal truths with special emphasis upon who God is, what He accomplished in Jesus Christ, and who we are in Him (Acts 20:27,32; 2 Timothy 3:15-17).

The Church

The Gospel


Missions & Evangelism


Church Leadership

Development of Biblical Households