In the Triune God, Father, Son and Spirit, three persons but of the same essence, therefore one God who is our Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer. He is also sovereign, powerful and good.
In Jesus Christ, the Son, who is fully God and fully Man. As the perfect Man, he died once and for all in our place, as our substitute, to pay the penalty of our sins when he was crucified on the cross. On the third day, he rose from the dead, demonstrating and declaring victory over Satan, sin and death. By His grace, those who put their faith in Jesus will no longer face condemnation but enjoy an eternal relationship with God.
In the Holy Spirit, who is sent from the Father and the Son to indwell every believer as a seal of ownership that we are the beloved of God. The Spirit of truth will guide us into all truths and as our Comforter, He is an ever present help in trouble.
In the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments to be the infallible Word of God given by inspiration of the Holy Spirit to reveal God and His will to us. They serve as the supreme standard of our faith and conduct.
The Holy church, both universal and local, to have been instituted by the Lord Jesus and that Christ is Head of the Church and all believers are members of His body. Each member of His body is bounded together in Christ regardless how different they may be. Each local church gathers regularly and frequently to worship God and to build up her members so that she is a beacon of light in every dark corner she stands and serves as a channel of God’s love through which many more will be drawn into the fellowship of Christ.
The Word, prayer and Sacraments to be means of grace for our spiritual maturity and transformation so that we grow in holiness and after the likeness of Christ.
In the glorious return of Christ to judge the living and the dead, welcomed by those whose righteousness is in Christ but dreaded upon by unbelievers who will have to face the judgment and wrath of a just God.
In all that we do, we strive to bring delight to God’s heart and glory to His Holy name.