What We Believe


To preach, practice, and produce the gospel of Jesus Christ to the broken hearted; the spiritually and economically poor. To heal those who have been bruised and emotionally wounded by lifes battles. Luke 4:18 (KJV)


To glorify God and help Christ fulfill His mission in this community and throughout the world by seeking out those who are sinners, rejects, outcasts, deprived, brokenhearted, helpless, disgraced, afflicted, or in need of healing (spiritually, mentally, and physically).

Statement of Faith

The Bible

We believe the Bible is the inerrant, inspired Word of the Living God. The Bible is the final authority on all matters of life, faith, and practice.

CrossChrist’s Return

We believe in the personal return of Jesus Christ, in eternal damnation, in a literal hell for the wicked, and in everlasting life, in heaven, with the living God for the righteous.

Jesus Christ

We believe that the Son of God, the second person of the God-head, took upon Himself the form of man, becoming the God-man, with two distinct natures, and by His atoning work through His death, burial and resurrection has made salvation possible for man by His free grace.


We believe in the Trinitarian God of the Bible, one in substance, three in persons, consisting of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.


We believe that salvation is an act of God’s saving grace by the work of the Holy Spirit in regenerating and converting the hearts of men by His free gift of saving faith.

The Lordship of Jesus Christ

We believe that every area of life is to be subject to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. We adhere to the Lord, in the world with its life view, while seeking to make the Lord Jesus Christ preeminent in all things.

The Church

We believe that there is but one Head of the church, the Lord Jesus Christ. It is the responsibility of the church and its institutions to maintain His Lordship over their activities, and not to submit that right to any individual, corporate body, governmental agency or head of state, as long as we conduct ourselves as ambassadors of Christ and live as lawful citizens.