Our Faith is biblical. The sixty-six books of Holy Scripture are are only final rule for what we believe and do as the Church. They are the authority for all of our worship, beliefs, and life together. There may be many other churches that make this claim, but we invite you to ask questions and search the Scriptures to see if these things we teach and do are so.
Our Faith is Trinitarian. With the ancient ecumenical creeds of the Christian Faith (The Apostles’, Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds), based upon the Bible, we confess and serve one God in Three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Our worship, our doctrine, and our salvation itself are Trinitarian. They are based on the co-labor of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in God’s mighty work of redemption from start to finish.
Our Faith is Protestant. We have no other hope of salvation but in Jesus Christ, and receive forgiveness of sins and justification in Him as a free gift, by faith alone, a doctrine at the heart of the gospel that our Reformed forefathers strove for centuries ago.
Our Faith is written down in a helpful summary statement framed over 350 years ago, the Westminster Confession of Faith, which is our secondary standard, subordinate to the Bible. We will provide copies upon request, and we encourage you to read through it with us and to validate everything it says by what God has said in his holy Word, the Bible.