What We Believe
Is our only source of doctrine. With so much religious division in the world, our aim is to seek unity by simply going back to the Bible, and practicing Christianity the same way that the Apostles and first century Christians did.
The church worships to please God. If the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and contains everything we need to know to please Him, then it will also tell us how to worship God in a pleasing way. The Bible gives instructions to teach, preach, sing, pray, observer the Lord's Supper, and to give. Our goal is to worship in spirit and in truth (John 4:24)
The church was established by Jesus (Matt 16:18), and not man. He said it would happen during the lifetime of those that were listening to His words back then (Mark 9:1), and that it would come with power (Luke 24:49). When the Apostles were gathered on the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit revealed Himself to them in a powerful way. The church traces its roots back to this day alone.
Christ came to seek and to save the lost. He gave us a simple plan by which we can be saved. In order to find true peace, unity, and to please God we simply accept the plan that He gave.