Our Beliefs

Our motto, Hearts United in Loving God, Sharing Christ and Serving Others, speaks to who we are and what we are about. We are an intergenerational congregation that is united in love for God, one another and others. It is important for us to share the good news of Jesus Christ with everyone everywhere as we  seek to emulate Jesus by serving others.
Each of the headings below links to a message about the Bedrock Beliefs beneath it.  
1.  We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the only means of salvation available to humankind.
2.  We believe in the necessity of personal faith in Jesus Christ for salvation and the promise of the presence and power of the Holy Spirit to all who place their faith in Christ.
3.  We believe that the Bible is the inspired and authoritative Word of God through which God reveals His plan and purpose for our lives and His promises to us for this life and the next.
4.  We believe that baptism by immersion should follow an individual’s profession of faith in Jesus Christ.
5.  We believe in the priesthood of all believers, that God calls and gifts women and men, therefore we affirm the role of both in ministry in His church.
6.  We believe God has called us not only to salvation, but discipleship, and that God’s desire is to make us more like Jesus every day.
7. We believe God has given every Christian at least one spiritual gift and that all gifts are to be used for the common good in building up the body of Christ.
8. We believe everything we have in life belongs to God and that we are accountable to God for our stewardship of our time, our talents and our treasures.
9. We believe we are all called to missions and ministry, approximately 25% of our annual church giving goes to spread the good news of Jesus Christ and to minister to the needs of others in our community and our world in His name.
10. We believe in the importance of corporate worship, but that true worship of God is also a way of life.
11. We believe that marriage is a covenant made before God between a man and a woman serving as a sacred symbol of Christ (the groom) and His Church (the bride).