Sunday School @ 9:30 am (September through May)
Sunday Morning Worship @ 10:30 am
Fellowship Lunch – 1st Sunday of the Month

Essential Christian Beliefs

  1. The Bible is God’s perfect and powerful word to human beings. It is the ultimate standard for faith and life.
  2. The one true God exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  3. The first human being was created in God’s image to rule over God’s creation and enter into his rest (eternal life).
  4. By breaking God’s law, the first human being failed to earn eternal life. This original sin led to the guilt and corruption of all humanity.
  5. God the Father sent his Son Jesus Christ into the world to rescue his sinful people. He is fully God and fully human.
  6. God the Son obeyed the law perfectly and offered himself as a sacrifice for the sins of his people. God the Father accepted the sacrifice by raising him from the dead. This work of God is called the gospel.
  7. God the Holy Spirit enables his people to believe the gospel and applies the blessings of salvation.
  8. Salvation is by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone.
  9. The gospel is a means towards a greater end: restoring God’s image in his people and enabling them to enter his eternal rest.
  10. God’s people demonstrate their thankfulness by seeking to obey God’s law which is summarized in the Ten Commandments.

Reformed Distinctives

  1. Human beings cannot choose God unless God chooses them first.
  2. God the Father chose his people, God the Son died for his people, and God the Holy Spirit enables his people to believe the gospel.
  3. God preserves his people, perfecting them at death and especially at the second coming of Christ.
  4. Church government is biblically balanced among ministers, elders, and deacons represented at local, regional, and denominational levels.
  5. Worship is to be conducted according to Scripture with God speaking through his word and his people responding in prayer, offering, and song.
  6. God provides his word, sacraments, and prayer to strengthen his people.

These and other teachings are found in our creeds, the Westminster Confession of Faith, Westminster Larger Catechism, and Westminster Shorter Catechism.