What we Believe:

I. Verbal Inspiration

We believe the Holy Scriptures to be the verbally inspired revelation of God, the final authority in all matters. The Bible for all ministries of this church is the AV 1611, King James Version, which is infallible and without error. Ps. 19:7-11; 2 Tim. 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:16-21


We believe in one God, eternally existing in three personalities, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. The members of the Godhead are equal, having distinct roles of operation performed with harmony in perfect unity. He is, all powerful, all knowing and ever present. Col. 2:8-9; Gen. 1:1-2; Matt. 3:16-17; Heb 9:14; I John 5:7

III. Jesus Christ

He is the second person of the Godhead. Became flesh, born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, offered Himself as a sacrifice in our place. His blood was shed as payment for our sin. He was buried and bodily arose after three days, bodily ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father, our high priest making intercession for us. John 1:1-2, 14; I Tim. 3:16; Like 1:26-35; 2 Cor. 5:21; Heb. 9:12; Rev. 1:5; Acts 1:9-10; Heb. 4:14-16

IV. Holy Ghost

Is the third member of the Godhead, a distinct member, present and active throughout the scriptures. In this present dispensation, He is received fully and permanently at salvation, baptizing the individual into the body of Christ. He convicts of sin, teaches and directs believers, and assist them in prayer. Gen. 1:1-2; Matt. 3:16-17; John 14:15-18, 26; Eph. 1:13-14, 4:30; I Cor. 12:13; Acts 13:1-4

V. Creation

We believe the Biblical record of creation is a literal account. Over the span of six, twenty four hour periods God spoke and brought all into existence. He placed the man and woman in the garden with duties to fulfill and gave only on restriction. Heb. 11:3; Gen. 1:1-2:4; Jer. 10:10-12

VI. Man

Man was created on the sixth day, in the image of God. One act of disobedience introduced sin, physical death and separation from God (spiritual death). From that day, all men are born into this world with a sin nature, and who, as soon as they are capable, become sinners by choice. Gen. 1:24-28, 2:21-25, 3:1-7, 16-21, Rom. 5:12

VII. Salvation

Man is a fallen being, alienated from God. In this dispensation, man is saved by grace through faith in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and His shed blood. He bore our sins in His body and gave to us His righteousness. It is not of any work that man can do, but what He did for us, a gift. This salvation is available to all who will believe. Through this transaction the sinner becomes a child of God and joint heir with Jesus Christ. Titus 3:3-7; Eph. 2:8-9; Col. 1:20-22; I Peter 2:24; Rom. 10:13; I Tim. 2: 1-4; 2 Cor. 5:21

VIII. Eternal Security

Those who are saved in this present dispensation are saved for eternity. There is nothing a man can do to be cast from God’s family and lose his salvation. Those who God saves, he keeps. I John 5:11-13; John 10:27-29; I Peter 1:3-5

IX. The Church

The church, the bride of Jesus Christ, is made up of all believers during this age, baptized into the body by the Holy Ghost. The local church is the assembly of baptized believers in a particular location, joined together to fulfill God’s plan and purpose, which is above all else, to bring glory and honor to God. All believers should be an active member in local assembly. Each local assembly is to be independent, with no outside control, only it’s head being Jesus Christ. I Cor. 12:13; Acts 2:41-43; Eph 4:11, 5:23-24; Acts 1:8; Rom 1:16

X. The Ordinances

This church observes two ordinances: believers baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Baptism by immersion after one has received Jesus Christ as Savior. It pictures death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ and is a public indentification with Him. There is no merit in this other than being obedient to His command, but it is a prerequisite to church membership. The Lord’s Supper is a time of remembrance of what He has done for us and self-examination in light of that. The elements of the Lord’s Supper are unleavened and grape juice. Acts 8:36-39; Rom 6:3-5; I Cor. 11:23-32

XI. The Pretribulation Rapture of the Church

The blessing hope, the personal and imminent return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for those who are fallen asleep in Him and for His living saints. The event will precede the seven-year tribulation. I Thess. 4:13-18; I Cor. 15:50-54; Rev 4:1

XII. The Premillenial Return of Jesus Christ

After the seven-year tribulation, Jesus Christ will return to the earth with His bride. He will cast the beast, false prophet and Satan into hell and establish His kingdom on the earth, ruling an reigning in righteousness for 1000 years. Rev. 19:11-20:6