What We Believe

We are a Bible-believing, evangelical, non-denominational church. Our theology is more biblical than systematic, which means we intentionally leave room to disagree when the Bible leaves us room to disagree.

Read our complete statement of faith below.

The Bible

We believe the writings of both Old and New Testaments are breathed out by God through the Holy Spirit, perfectly and without error, and are the final authority in all matters of faith and practice.

The Trinity

We believe in one true and living God, the maker of heaven and earth, who exists eternally as three distinct persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.


We believe man was created in the image of God, to glorify God, and enjoy Him forever; but, because of Adam’s sin, man lost his innocence and incurred the penalty of spiritual and physical death, so that all human beings are now born with a sinful nature, unable to please God, unable to satisfy God’s just requirements, and are therefore separated from God, lost, and unable to save themselves.

Jesus Christ

We believe Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of God, who was born of the virgin Mary, lived a life of perfect obedience, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried; and that on the third day He arose bodily from the tomb, ascended into heaven, and now sits at the right hand of the throne of God.


We believe salvation is in no way a work of man, but a gracious gift of God, received by faith, and made possible only by the substitutionary death of Jesus Christ on the cross.

The Church

We believe in one Church, which is the Body of Christ, and includes all those who have been born again by the Holy Spirit. We affirm that believes in Jesus Christ should be baptized, and should participate together in the Lord’s Supper to remember His death until He comes.

Second Coming

We believe Jesus Christ is coming again in glory to receive His Church to Himself, and to judge the world in righteousness.

Resurrection of the Dead

We believe in the resurrection of the dead, the eternal punishment of the wicked, and the eternal blessedness of the redeemed.