We believe as Christians we should strive to grow in our relationship with Jesus, and in that we should strive to live a life pleasing to Him. We should work to live at peace with all men, striving to love & serve our fellowman, to work diligently to resolve any difficulties, and when necessary, practice & seek forgiveness.

We believe that God exists in the form of three persons, the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.

We believe that God the Father is master & creator of the universe. He is above all things, and is to be honored and worshiped.

We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and to all who repent of their sins accept Him, He is their personal Savior.

We believe that the Holy Spirit indwells all who accept Jesus as their personal savior for the purpose of developing all their gifts and talents to be used to glorify God and draw non-believers to Him.

We believe that the Bible, in its original manuscripts, is the inspired Word of God.

We believe that God uses people to continue the ministry of Jesus on earth. This ministry can take on various forms, one of which is the local church. We believe that the church is the continuation of Jesus in human form and that God works through the church to minister to Christians and to draw others into fellowship with Him and with other believers. As a result of this, we believe the church should be supported in regular prayers and with our finances as directed by the Spirit.

We believe that Christians are closest to God when they are in a community of other believers and when they meet together on a regular basis. The purpose of this community [church] is to grow stronger as individuals and as a community. When this community practices genuine love & fellowship, spending time together in worship, studying the Bible, praying, and serving God they are strengthened individually and they are attractive to those outside the community.

We maintain an interdenominational attitude, we strive to maintain a broad view of Christian Doctrines knowing that we might disagree on some doctrinal points, provided that we all maintain the view that Jesus is the Son of the Living God, that He was born of the virgin Mary, that he lived a sinless life, shed His blood for our sins, and that all who believe on His name, and repent of their sins will be saved to live with God in eternity.