We believe in and surrender our lives to the one God who made the heavens and earth and who breathed life into humanity. We worship and praise the Father who spoke the world into existence, Jesus, the Son, who died upon the cross to redeem us from sin, and the Holy Spirit who is the seal of our salvation.
The culminating event of the Christian faith occurred between the time of the Passover and Pentecost at the end of the Gospels through early Acts. The death, burial, and resurrection of the perfect Lamb of God are the substance of our faith. Many were eyewitnesses to the risen Jesus as "both Lord and Christ", and heard the promise that was for everyone.
As disciples of Jesus, we surrender our lives to his Lordship. We rejoice in our adoption as God's children and accept the call to be holy and follow the example of Jesus.
As members of the body, we are connected by our immersion in water that united us with Christ's death and brought with it the promise of absolute forgiveness, the Holy Spirit, and a new life. Together, we make up the church body and commit our devotion to being members of the family of God - a community that helps its members grow to be like Jesus.