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New Here

New Here

New Here

As New Testament Christians, we place our faith wholly in the Lord Jesus Christ for our salvation, and we believe in these great doctrines and distinctive principles of Baptist faith and practice:

  • The Protestant Christian Bible, consisting of the Old and New Testaments, is the only God-inspired authority for all matters of faith and conduct.
  • There is one God, eternally existing in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
  • God is the creator of all things.
  • Humankind was created in the image of God.
  • All people are born with a sinful nature: those who reach moral responsibility become guilty sinners in thought, word, and deed, and in that condition are separated from God, deservedly under the sentence of His condemnation, and in need of a personal salvation which, through their own efforts, they cannot achieve.
  • God has revealed Himself supremely in Jesus Christ His only Son, who was begotten of the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, and lived a sinless life.
  • Jesus Christ, in accordance with the Scriptures, died for our sins, was resurrected, and ascended to God the Father in heaven.
  • All who truly believe in the Lord Jesus Christ are forgiven of their sins through His atoning death, are justified by the Father, are regenerated by the Holy Spirit, and are thereby saved from sin and become the children of God.
  • The Holy Spirit personally indwells every person who believes in Jesus Christ.
  • There is direct access for all believers to God through Jesus Christ.
  • Believers are sanctified by the inner working of the Holy Spirit, which is worked out through lives of discipleship to Jesus Christ as Lord.
  • Personal devotion, corporate worship, Christian instruction, and fellowship of believers are spiritual necessities.
  • The Gospel must be proclaimed to all the world.
  • Jesus Christ is the living and active head of His body, the Church.
  • Only regenerated believers can be considered for church membership.
  • The biblical model of baptism for believers is by immersion.
  • The Lord’s Supper is only for believers who are seeking fellowship with Jesus Christ.
  • Our form of church government is the congregational form.
  • Individual believers have personal liberty to interpret the scriptures as they understand them.
  • Religious freedom is a human right for all people, as evidenced in the United States by the separation of church and state.
  • Jesus Christ, in great glory, will return to the earth to establish His Kingdom and to judge humankind, both the living and the dead.
  • There will be a resurrection of all who have died: the saved to eternal joy in the presence of God, and the unsaved to eternal punishment in hell.