There is one true and living God, and He is all-powerful. He created the heavens, earth, and man in his image (Genesis 1, Deuteronomy 4:35, Ephesians 4:4-6).
God's Love and Grace
God is love and he loves everyone no matter how we fail him in our lives. God loves all mankind, and even though we are all sinners, we can receive grace from God for the hope of salvation (John 3:16, Ephesians 2:8-10, 1 John 4:7-8) through our obedience to his Word.
Jesus Christ is God's son, sent to earth to live as a man, communicate God's message, and die on the cross as a sacrifice for our sins (Isaiah 53:5-6, Matthew 16:17, 17:5, 1 Corinthians 15:3).
The Holy Bible is the inspired word of God recorded by various authors throughout history and translated from its original texts. Separated into the Old and New Testament, it is full of history, letters, true stories, poems, songs, and instructions. It is our guidebook for living a Christian life and understanding God's plan for us (2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:21).
Sin is the disobedience of God's commands as expressed through scripture. Sin separates people from God and keeps them out of heaven. All people have sinned (Romans 3:10) which is the central problem of life. The answer to the problem is also found in scripture.
Jesus died on the cross for our sins giving us the gift of eternal salvation if we believe in him and follow a life of Christianity. Faith in Jesus Christ is essential for salvation. (Romans 6:1-4, Hebrews 7:25) We believe in baptism by immersion (Matthew 3:16). Upon our confession that Jesus Christ is the son of God, we are immersed in the water of baptism for the forgiveness of sins and receipt of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38). No man or woman is perfect, but all can have their sins forgiven, lives renewed, and hope restored through God's plan for salvation.
The church is the body of Christ on earth that was formed in Acts chapter 2. Comprised of members that gather every first day of the week, we dedicate ourselves to the preaching and teachings of Jesus as we strive to live our lives in a Christ-like manner (Romans 12:4-5, 1 Corinthians 12:27). As a church of Christ, our beliefs come from the blueprint of the church that Jesus Christ established in the New Testament. We turn to scripture for guidance rather than following the traditions of men for our worship, our faith, and our work. Come be a part of our service, fellowship, and loving family.
Instead of having a central authority leadership structure, we are an individual congregation led by Elders, Ministers, and Deacons (1 Timothy 3:1-13). Following the practices of congregations in the New Testament, we appoint men to these positions to serve in various ways and provide leadership within our own congregation.