Our Purpose

To help the congregation build and uphold a personal encounter with God day in day out. To add value to people's lives and helping them learn the importance of having God in their lives.

What we believe

The only basis of our beliefs is the Bible, God’s infallible written Word, as written in both the Old and New Testaments. We believe that it was fully inspired by the Holy Spirit and that it was written for all of us to seek help from. It is the supreme and final authority in all matters on which it speaks.

As a ministry, we accept those areas of doctrinal teaching on which, historically, there has been general agreement among all true Christians. Because of the special calling of our ministry, we desire to allow for freedom of conviction on other doctrinal matters, provided that any interpretation is anchored on the Bible alone, and that no such interpretation shall become an issue which hinders the ministry to which God has called us.

  1. There is one true God, eternally existing in three status – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit – each of whom possesses equally all the attributes of God and the characteristics of personality.
  2. Jesus Christ is God, the living Word, who became flesh through His miraculous conception by the Holy Spirit and His virgin birth by Mary. Hence, He is perfect God and true humanity united in one person forever.
  3. He lived a sinless life and voluntarily stood for human sins by dying on the cross as a substitute, thus satisfying divine justice and accomplishing salvation for all who trust in Him alone.
  4. He rose from the dead in the same body, though glorified, in which He lived and died.
  5. He ascended bodily into heaven and sat down at the right hand of God the Father, where He, the only go- between God and humanity, continually making intercession for His own.
  6. Adam and Eve were originally created in the image of God. They sinned by disobeying God; thus, they were alienated from their Creator. That deed brought all people under divine condemnation.
  7. Salvation is wholly a work of God's free grace and is not the work, in whole or in part, of human works or goodness or religious ceremony. God imputes His righteousness to those who put their faith in Christ alone for their salvation, and thereby justified them in His sight.
  8. It is the right of all who are born again and baptized by the Spirit to be assured of their salvation from the very moment in which they gave their life to  Christ as their Savior. This assurance is not based upon any kind of human merit, but is produced by the witness of the Holy Spirit, who confirms in the believer the testimony of God in His written word.
  9. The Holy Spirit has come into the world to reveal and glorify Christ and to apply the saving work of Christ to individuals. He changes and draws sinners to Christ, imparts new life to them, continually walking with them from the moment of spiritual birth and seals them until the day of redemption.
  10. Worshippers are called to live in the power of the holy Spirit that they will leave their ungodly ways of the flesh and will bear fruit to the glory of God.
  11. Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church, His Body, which is composed of all people, living and dead, who have been joined to Him through saving faith.
  12. God admonishes His people to assemble together regularly for worship, for participation in ordinances, for edification through the Scriptures and for mutual encouragement.
  13. At physical death the believer enters immediately into eternal, conscious fellowship with the Lord and awaits the resurrection of the body to everlasting glory and blessing.
  14. At physical death the unbeliever enters immediately into eternal, conscious separation from the Lord and awaits the resurrection of the body to everlasting judgment and condemnation.
  15. Jesus Christ will come again to the earth – personally, visibly and bodily – to consummate history and the eternal plan of God.
  16. The Lord Jesus Christ commanded all believers to proclaim the Gospel throughout the world and to disciple people from every nation. The fulfillment of that Great Commission requires that all worldly and personal ambitions be subordinated to a total commitment to “Him who loved us and gave Himself for us.”