That the Godhead eternally exists in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit; and these are one in nature, attributes and perfection.
That man was originally created in the image of God; but that he fell from this sinless state through sin and therefore possesses a nature of sin.
That God has established marriage as a lifelong, exclusive relationship between one man and one woman and that all intimate sexual activity outside the marriage relationship, whether heterosexual, homosexual, or otherwise, is immoral and therefore sin. We believe that God created the human race, male and female, and that all conduct with the intent to adopt a gender other than one’s birth gender is immoral and therefore sin.
That, as promised in the Old Testament, the eternal Son of God came into the world to show God to men and become the redeemer of a lost world. To this end He was born of a virgin and received a human body and a sinless nature.
We also believe that He was perfect, suffering life's temptations and trials yet He was sinless. He retained His absolute deity while He was completely man.
We believe that He voluntarily became the sacrifice for the sin of the world by His death on the cross and that He arose the third day and reigns now in Heaven interceding for us.
We believe that, due to sin, no one can enter the Kingdom of God unless he has personally believed in and trusted himself to Jesus Christ as his Savior.
We believe that our redemption has been accomplished solely by the blood of Jesus Christ through our acceptance of His gift.
We believe that "all Scripture is given by inspiration of God," by which we understand that Holy Men of God were moved by the Holy Spirit to write the Holy Bible, which is without error in its original state.
We believe that, as Christians, we are to walk not after the flesh but after the Spirit. We realize that we still possess an old sin nature, but that, in Christ, we also possess a divine new nature; and that a constant warfare exists within our lives. We know that as we supply the old nature with fleshly interests it grows and becomes dominant and, conversely, as we supply the new nature with spiritual interests it becomes dominant and also grows.
We will, to the best of our abilities and understanding, seek an honest involvement with Jesus Christ and with others.
We will strive for balance in our lives in order to enjoy fellowship with God and to promote sharing this experience with others.
We believe that Christ will return to receive to Himself all those who are His. We also believe that this is the blessed hope set forth in Scripture and that we are to be constantly looking for and desirous of this, the rapture.