What a church believes is important. It’s the very foundation for how they see God, how they see people, and ultimately how they intend impact the world. Below you’ll find some of our basic beliefs as a church. If you have more questions we invite you to speak with one of the pastors or attend our membership class where you not only hear more in depth about what we believe and who we are, but you also have an opportunity to ask questions.
Who we are as individuals and what we do as a church must always be securely rooted in what we believe about God. This list of core beliefs is an intentionally brief list, offered with an understanding of freedom in which less essential matters are left to the conscience of our church leadership and our members. The less essentials are important because we embrace the whole Word of God; but we also recognize there may be different interpretations and applications. These are set forth here to provide an agreed theological foundation for the life, ministry and mission of the church. 1 Corinthians 1:10
“In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity.” ― Augustine of Hippo
As the church, we participate in living illustrations of God’s covenant with us through two symbolic acts (ordinances):
970.church is affiliated with the Assemblies of God. For a complete listing of our doctrinal statements click the following link http://ag.org/top/Beliefs/Statement_of_Fundamental_Truths/sft_full.cfm.