About God

We believe in One God, existing in Three persons – Father, Son, and Spirit (The Trinity).
He is Sovereign, Holy, perfect, and is creator of and ruler over everything. God loves people and sent His Son to pay for the sins of all. God desires to be intimately involved in our lives.  

About Jesus

Jesus is the eternal Son of God. He is co-equal and second person of the Trinity. Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a perfect life, paid for the sins of all on the cross, rose victoriously over the grave in 3 days, and is seated at the right hand of the Father. Salvation is by Him & through Him, and He offers Eternal Life as a free gift to all who trust in Him. Everything exists by Him, through Him, and for Him.
About The Holy Spirit

He is the third person of the Trinity, co-equal with God the Father and the Son. He is the presence of God in this world and indwells every believer at the moment of Salvation. He is the believer’s comforter and constant companion. The Holy Spirit is our teacher, source of daily strength, and the seal of assurance of our Salvation. A believer should seek to be filled and led daily by the Spirit.

About Salvation

Salvation is God's free gift, secured by the vicarious death and victorious resurrection of Jesus. Salvation is by grace alone, through faith in Christ alone. Salvation consists of repenting of one’s sin and confessing Christ as Lord of your life. Salvation consists of forgiveness of sin, a personal relationship with God throughout this life, and an eternity with Him after we die. Because Salvation is secured and maintained by God’s power, and all sin was atoned for, one cannot lose their salvation.

About Humanity

Mankind is created by God and made in the Spiritual image of God. God loves every person and deeply desires to have a daily, personal relationship with them. Because of sin, all are inherently sinful and incapable of saving themselves. Sin separates us from God, and nothing apart from Christ’s sacrifice can atone for our sins.

We are affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention and affirm the beliefs of the Baptist Faith and Message 2000