We believe that Jesus is Lord.
We believe the Holy Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God.
We believe the eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence or being
We believe that man is in a fallen and lost state and in need of redemption and restoration.
We believe in the deity of Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, death, bodily resurrection, personal return, and present exaltation at God’s right hand.
We believe in salvation by grace through faith alone in the substitutive death and shed blood of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.
We believe in the resurrection of the saved unto everlasting life and joy in heaven and the resurrection of the unsaved unto everlasting punishment.
We believe that the church, the body and bride of Christ, consists of only those who are born again, for whom Christ now makes intercession in heaven and for whom He shall come again.
We believe that God’s great commission to the church is to go into all the world and preach the gospel to all people, baptizing and discipling those who believe.
We are affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. Historically Southern Baptist Churches have stood for:
The Bible – Baptists believe that the Bible is the authoritative Word of God. It stands above all traditions and should be the source for all conversations of faith and practice.
The Priesthood of the Believer – Baptists believe followers of Jesus can go directly to God; no human mediator is needed for an individual to encounter Christ.
Jesus is Lord - Salvation comes by faith in Christ through the grace provided by His death and resurrection. It is not a product of works, nor are you born into it. We believe that one finds salvation by confessing he/she is a sinner and surrendering his/her life tot he Lordship of Jesus; an act made possible only by Christ’s death and resurrection.
Sole Competency - Each person is responsible for his/her own relationship with Christ. We are all individually accountable before God.
Believers Baptism – Baptists believe baptism is the outward expression of God’s saving work. It is done by believers old enough to profess their faith publically.
The Lord’s Supper – Baptists believe this is symbolic. It does not convey saving grace. It is simply a powerful reminder of the sacrifice Christ made out of love for us.
Religious Liberty – Baptists believe that a person cannot and should not be coerced into worship. The choice to follow God falls upon each individual and should never be legislated by any power except God.