Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God. 

The Gospel plan of Salvation revealed in the New Testament is:

  • Hear & Believe: Believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God and our Savior.
  • Repent: To repent of past sins and turn from them.
  • Confess: To confess before others that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God.
  • Be Baptized: To be immersed in water for remission of sins, being thereby buried with Christ that we may put on Christ and rise to walk in the newness of life.
  • Walk with Christ: To be faithful to Christ, His Church, and His teaching for our daily living until He calls us home to live with Him for eternity.

Both the Old Testament and New Testament are the inspired Word of God and are profitable for doctrine, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness.

We believe that the documents collected in the Bible represent God's inspired revelation to mankind, containing absolute truth about God, His creation, and the redemption of that creation through Jesus Christ. The early church as recorded in the New Testament serves as the model of faith and practice for the modern church.


We see ourselves not as the only Christians, but as Christians only, seeking to avoid sectarianism and denominationalism.

We keep the Lord’s Supper weekly as a testimony to Christ, offering each Christian the opportunity to accept Christ’s invitation to partake after self-examination.

We exercise a spirit of love toward all men, irrespective of differences, theological, political, or personal.

We welcome everyone. The Church, though, is the community of people that have committed themselves to the lordship of Christ by the terms of His New Testament.

We contend for freedom of spiritual practice in all areas where the Scriptures have not spoken.

We hope that our congregation can help restore the truth and simplicity of the Church as established by Christ and organized by His inspired apostles, as revealed in the Word of God.

We welcome questions and seekers of God without exception and with joy, not judgment.