We believe in the Triune God (Father, Son and the Holy Spirit). Jesus, as the Son of God, is truly God and truly man. He was born of Virgin Mary through the power of the Holy Spirit. He died as the sacrificial Lamb of God taking away the sins of the world and rising from the dead. He will come back to set His kingdom forever. The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity sent to be our comforter, teacher and guide. He is here to speak for us when we do not know what to say. The divine trinity co-equally make up the Godhead. They are distinct in person-hood yet are fully united together as one.


The Bible is the absolute authoritative, inerrant and infallible Word of God and is the fundamental manual for our Christian living. We believe the Holy Spirit inspired the authors to write that which the Lord spoke to them so that it became the divine revelation of God. Today, the Bible is the chief means by which the Lord speaks to and edifies His church. In our teaching, we believe that while there may be many applications of a passage, there is always one singular interpretation and meaning. We aim to partner with the Holy Spirit to study the scriptures within context to deeply understand what has been written.


Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church and the believers are His body united together by the bond of His love and grace. We are commissioned by Jesus Christ to preach, teach, and baptize without shame, intimidation or fear. We believe it is command from the scriptures to regular meet as believers for the purpose of edification and spiritual encouragement from the family of God.

The Universal Church – All who are born again are members of the universal church, which is the Body and Bride of Christ. The Local Church – is the body of believers in Christ who have joined together to function as a part of the universal church. Ordained by God to worship Him, observe the ordinance of the church, instructed in the faith and equipped for evangelization of the world.


Humans were created in the image and likeness of God. They fell through sin and as a consequence, incurred both spiritual and physical death. Spiritual death and the depravity of human nature have been transmitted to the entire human race with the exception of the Man, Christ Jesus. Humans can be saved only through believing in the atoning work of Jesus Christ at the cross and in the power of His resurrection.

Gen. 1:26, 27, 2:7; Rom. 5:12; James 1:14, 15; Jer. 17:9, Rom. 3:10-19, 23, Heb 7:26; 1 John 2:2



Humans can be saved only through the atoning work of Jesus Christ at the cross. They must truly repent of their sins and receive the free gift of salvation provided by God in Christ. In doing so, individuals become believers and shall inherit the eternal blessings of heaven upon death. We believe in the Day of the Lord, where there will be a bodily resurrection of both believers and non-believers. All shall be judged by God and those who are in Christ shall reign with Him for eternity. We affirm that the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ is imminent, personal and visible.

John 14:6; John 17:3; Acts 4:12; 1 Tim. 2:5-6; Isa 53:3-6; John 12:32, 33; 1 Pet. 2:24; Acts 2:36; Rom 4:25; 1 Cor. 15:14, 17; Acts 20:21; 1 Pet. 1:23,25; Isa. 53:4, 5; Isa. 55:7; Acts 17:30; Gal. 3:22, 26;

Eph. 2:8; 1 John 5:10-13; John 3:3b



Sanctification is a dedication to God and separation from evil. In experience, it is both instantaneous and progressive. It is produced in the life of the believer by the appropriation of the power of Christ’s blood and risen life through the person of the Holy Spirit. He draws the believer’s attention to Christ, teaches them through the Word and produces the character of Christ within the believer. Though we have been sanctified at conversion, each believer must continually repent for their sins and seek forgiveness through faith in the cleansing blood of Jesus Christ. This is the working out of our salvation.

John 17:17-19; John 10:10, 14; 1 Thess. 5:23; 2 Tim. 2:19-22; 1 Pet. 1:14-16; Rom. 6:11, 13, 14, 18, 1 Cor. 13; Gal. 5:22, 23; 2 Pet. 1:3-4; 1 John 1:9, 2:1-2; Phil. 2:12



Angels were created as intelligent and powerful beings to do the will of God and worship Him. However, Satan, the originator of sin, fell through pride and was followed by those angels who rebelled against God. These fallen angels or “demons” are active in opposing the purposes of God. Those who remained faithful continue before the throne of God and serve as ministering spirits. Demons attempt to thwart God’s purposes; however, in Christ, the believer may have complete liberty from the influence of demons. The believer cannot be possessed by them because the believer’s body is the temple of the Holy Spirit in which Christ dwells as Lord.

Psa. 103:20; Rev. 5:11, 12; Heb. 1:14, Isa. 14:12-17; Eze. 28:11-19; Eph. 6:11-12;

1 Tim. 4:1; Jude 6; Heb. 2:14; 1 John 3:8, 4:1-4; Matt. 6:24; 1 Cor. 6:19, 20



Water Baptism is an important public declaration of a believer’s faith in Jesus Christ and a testimony to all that we belong to Jesus. All truly converted believers should seek to obey the command of scripture to be baptized. It is a public confirmation that you are unashamed to follow Jesus Christ for the rest of your life. It also displays your commitment to remaining accountable to the church body as you grow in faith.

All believers receive the gift of the Holy Spirit upon conversion however, the Christian must continually yield themselves to the Spirit everyday. We do this to be constantly filled with the Spirit as we put to death the deeds of the flesh. We also rely on the filling of the Holy Spirit to empower us for acts of service.

Acts 2:1-4, 10:44-46, Matt. 3:11-12; Acts 1:5; Eph. 5:18; John 16:13-15; 2 Cor. 3:18;

Luke 24:49; Acts 1:4, 8, 2:4, 10:46, 19:6, 8:12-17, 10:44-46



We believe that through faith in Jesus Christ, God provides physical health by praying for the sick and anointing them with oil as taught in the Scriptures. We believe that these are privileges for the Church in this present time. However, we also believe in God's sovereignty in respect to healing. This means that we trust God to perform His healing in whichever manner He deems fitting for His will and glory.

Matt. 8:16b-17; 1 Cor. 12:28-30; James 5:14



The gifts of the Spirit are supernatural abilities given by God through the exercising of which believers are enabled to minister effectively and directly in particular situations. They serve a dual function of building up the church and demonstrating the presence of God within His church. All believers should earnestly seek the spiritual gifts so that they might serve God and other people.

1 Cor. 12:4-11, 14:12, 24-25; Rom. 12; Eph. 4, Psa. 133:1


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