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What we Believe

General statement of belief

  • That Jesus Christ is the son of the living God, and the only saviour from sin.

  • That Jesus Christ is the great physician and the healer of the body through the atonement.

  • That Jesus Christ is the baptiser with the Holy Spirit, today just as he was on the day of Pentecost.

  • That Jesus Christ is the soon coming king, coming back to earth again as the only hope for a dying world.

  • That Jesus Christ is the same, yesterday and today and forever.



Creedal statement


We believe:

  • In the verbal inspiration of the original scriptures

  • In the absolute trinity of the eternal God-head

  • In the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ

  • In the personality and the deity of the Holy Spirit

  • In the reality and the personality of the Devil

  • In the natural depravity of the human race

  • In the substitutionary atonement

  • In the propitiation for sin only by the blood of Christ.

  • In the full salvation by grace through faith and not of works

  • In the divine healing through the atonement and prayer for the sick

  • In the personal baptism of the Holy Spirit

  • In the necessity of the new birth

  • In water baptism by immersion at an age of accountability

  • In the true church composed of all blood washed believers

  • In the evangelism of the heathen and the nations of the world

  • In obedience to civil government

  • In divorce only on New Testament scriptural grounds

  • In church government, loyalty and obedience to those in authority over us in the Lord

  • In tithing as God’s financial plan

  • in the restitution for past wrongs whenever possible

  • In the open table at the Lord’s supper

  • In the maintenance of good works and holy living

  • In the victorious life over sin, self and bad habits by Bible study and a prayer life.

  • In Christian perfection and holiness, through absolute surrender and consecration.

  • In Christian modesty in matters of dress and wearing apparel

  • In the keeping of the Lord’s day as a matter of privilege rather than law.

  • As regards recreation – liberty of conscience and a Godly example to the world.

  • In the immortality and conscious existence of the soul

  • In the resurrection of our literal bodies, the just and the unjust.

  • In a literal heaven and life everlasting for all true believers

  • In a final day of judgement for the incorrigible wicked

  • In the everlasting punishment of the impenitent

  • In the personal, literal, bodily pre-millennial coming of Jesus Christ.

  • In a future, literal, bodily pre-millennial coming of Jesus Christ.

  • In a future, literal 1000 year reign of Christ on earth with His Saints

  • In the judgement seat of Christ where the saints will be finally rewarded for their deeds of commission and omission.

  • In Christian tolerance to all the denominations of Christian faith “In essentials unity; in non-essentials liberty; in all things charity.

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